Central Utah Art Center
The Central Utah Art Center was created in 1991 when it moved into the newly renovated Ephraim Roller Mill. Currently, the mill is used as a public art space. The CUAC boasts 1700 square feet of exhibition space divided into two galleries. The larger, main gallery hosts 10 shows each year including, one-person exhibitions and a few juried, group shows. In the upstairs gallery, the CUAC sponsors roughly 6 shows annually focusing mainly on small three-dimensional work.