November 02, 2022

Alta Community Enrichment: Evaporation Arts Event on 11/13

evaporation: what does it take to leave enough water for great salt lake

Sunday, November 13th | 3:30 PM | Our Lady of the Snows | $5 | Purchase Tickets

ACE is partnering with Brolly Arts to host "Evaporation: What Does It Take To Leave Enough Water For Great Salt Lake." 

This event aims to raise awareness of Great Salt Lake (GSL), Utah's water use and misuse, prompting the audience to contemplate their role in water issues and saving GSL. Hosting this event in Alta is crucial as we are the home to the headwaters of Little Cottonwood Canyon creek and face the painful uncertainty of how we will enjoy the famous deep powder snow if there is no GSL. This multi-media event and intimate dialogue will inspire you to become engaged and create specific action plans to envision a healthy future for the lake and all creatures that rely on her.


Brolly Arts' Evaporation includes multi-media presentations, reading and improvisation, and a performance art piece.

Performance Piece: “Illusion Of Abundance," created by Brolly Arts dancers and creatives as well as presentations and conversations from advocates to protect GSL.


“Why You Should Care About the Great Salt Lake” a discussion about dust by Maura Hahnenberger, PhD, Associate Professor of Geosciences, Salt Lake Community College

“How We Can Take What We've Learned from Adventure and Use it to Create Meaningful Changes” Caroline Gleich - professional ski mountaineer, endurance athlete, and activist for the environment and equality.

Brolly Arts is dedicated to creating meaningful art and vibrant communities through artistic and civic collaboration and experimentation. As a non-profit umbrella arts organization, Brolly is committed to increasing the opportunities and impacts of artists and arts organizations in Salt Lake City and Utah. The focus is on developing artistic, civic and corporate partnerships to increase awareness and change around major issues of the day with local relevance, increase access to the arts, innovative arts programming, and support for local and national independent artists. Brolly Arts facilitates collaborative opportunities for independent artists, established organizations (artistic and civic), and fledgling arts groups. Through these efforts, Brolly Arts has sponsored or supported numerous local projects, served over 750 artists, and successfully engaged in numerous strategic partnerships.