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Artys 2009 

Coming Thursday, Sept. 10

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City Weekly’s 4th Annual Artys issue will publish Thursday, September 10. City Weekly celebrates Utah’s wealth of talent in the performing visual, literary and contemporary arts by paying tribute to the individuals and organizations that elevate and inspire our culture.

Readers have voted in these different categories, and City Weekly writers have compiled their own list of Bests:

  • Performing Arts
  • Literary Arts
  • Visual Arts
  • Urban Arts
  • Online voters were automatically be entered to win a pair of tickets from the listed sponsors:


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