New Horizons

“New Horizons” is a monthly art program sponsored by the Cedar City Public Library. It began in January 2019 as a means of introducing people to new-to-them art or craft forms. Whereas the Library’s “Character Sketches” program is a practice event with no teacher or mentor, “New Horizons” is guided by a mentor who introduces participants to a new art form and teaches fundamentals about the art form. Some events are hands-on; some are demonstration only. Afterwards participants can then assess whether they would like to continue developing their skills on their own.

Another change for 2020 is the requirement of registration, including prepayment, for “New Horizons” sessions. (“Character Sketches” will remain free of charge). Registration is through Eventbrite and a service fee will be charged if the event is not free.

Primary intended audience: Adult.

Cost or Fee: Possible.

Frequency: Monthly.

Preregistration Required: Yes. Space is limited at most sessions. The Library's Eventbrite page contains all sign-up-necessary events curently scheduled by the Library. Please select the event in which you are interested.

Skill Level: Intended for the beginner, novice, or newly initiated.

Parties interested in the "New Horizons" program may also be interested in the Southern Utah Museum of Arts's "Community Creates" program. Click here for more information.

Click here to be taken to the Eventbrite registration page.

Mona Woolsey's Beginning Watercolor Course, June 2020 (beginning student image).














New Horizons interrupted by Covid-19: March, April, May.

Beginning crocheting (February): Postponed.

Cue Cotter's Bookmaking Course, January 2020.