Dewds. This is pretty cool. But you had better hurry up up up or you’ll miss your chance to behold what is arguably one of Salt Lake’s most-experimental-and-therefore-noteworthy art projects to ever go down. Perhaps in history.
That’s for you to decide, but, regardless, this project will soon be history. That’s because 337 Project will soon get the wrecking ball. That’s the way it was planned.
Inspired by a similar project in New York, the owners of a building at 337 South and 400 East decided to open their doors to the Salt Lake art community prior to tearing it down (as it was rendered unfit for use). The walls of the building were to become the artist’s canvases.
The list of participating artists grew and grew, and Project 337 was born. The art-riddled structure will soon be a goner, and our city’s first-ever LEED-approved condos will be built on the spot.
Now or later, the building at 337 South and 400 East is one you’ll want to visit. But if it’s the art you’re going for, you better make it quick.
Check it out:
337 South and 400 East
Open today, Saturday and Sunday from noon to 8 p.m.