Attendees enjoy the new immersive space at the Leonardo Museum. (Paulina Pena) Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes

SALT LAKE CITY — While the ongoing pandemic has forced many art spaces to close their doors, the Leonardo has emerged realigned with a spirit of creativity and innovation.

"Every cultural institution had just come out of a really dry spell because COVID not only shut us down but a lot of exhibits stopped touring and so the Leonardo really took that time to say, ‘What is important to us?’" said Mia McCain, senior marketing manager.While it was primarily concerned with the question of […]

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