The Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) has been interested in art and architecture ever since the world map was installed in Terminal 1 in 1961, and has been adding to its art collection since 1977. Joseph Rosenblatt, a local art collector and former member of the Airport Authority Board of Directors, was a major supporter and influencer in starting an art collection at SLC.
The collection includes 113 Utah artists and features photography, multimedia paintings and a variety of landscape works depicting Utah’s iconic beauty.
SLC Art Tour
Enjoy a self-guided tour to view the scenic photographs on canvas along the passenger connectors, the Ballet West exhibit at the top of Concourse F (complete with vintage pointe shoes), or the colorful paintings lining the walkway that leads to Concourse G. Look for the “ART TOUR” signs and scan the QR codes to learn more about each exhibit. Enjoy the art experience at SLC.
Click here for a complete list of the art inventory displayed in the airport. To find out more about the art installation selection process for The New SLC, register for SciQuest. For further details on the airport's art collection, please call 801-575-2768.