Selections of art scenes: November 10-18 | News, Sports, Jobs



Gabriel Gordon performs a free violin solo at the Monarch at 7 p.m. this Friday, November 12, 2021, benefiting Ogden Camerata.

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Gobble Till You Wobble at the Monarch this Saturday, November 13, 2021.

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The 7th annual Ogden’s Big Lebowski Festival will take place at 6 p.m. this Saturday, November 13, 2021 at Peery’s Egyptian Theater. Buy your tickets at

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The calm before the storm is the next ladies night at the Monarch on Thursday, November 18, 2021.

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Gabriel Gordon violin concert at the Monarch

This Friday night, enjoy a free solo violin concert of Gabriel Gordon’s ‘unique proportions’ in beautiful Ogden town center that will use technology to take classical music to a whole new level. The concert is a boon for the Ogden Camerata, Northern Utah’s premier string ensemble for high school and college students. Tax-deductible donations are welcome on the night of the concert or via PayPal @archangelproductions if you want to support the arts in Northern Utah but cannot attend the concert.

Friday, 7 p.m. The Monarch, 455 25th St .; free;

Swallow ’til you wobble

The Monarch has “everything but turkey” at the market this Saturday. Go start your carb game early with some fine food vendors (but you’ll have to wait for the stuffing and the green bean casserole). DJ Bryson will be spinning in The Gist for you to burn those holiday indulgences, and Ninth Muse Academy of Art and DaVinci Academy are hosting free arts and crafts to keep the kids entertained while you collect goods from over 30 vendors. art and food: Aerie Skin Care Naturals, Strong Mama Clothing, Stonesense Earrings, Art Cassie Kay, Roman and Gray Co. candles, Northern Stitches, Tulanari jewelry, Logos Coffee, Petra’s Backstubchen, James Pies and Delicius Venezualan food, Brookey Bakes and many more will delight all your senses. After shopping, enjoy a free concert by the new band SLC Vinyl Koala near the beer garden.

Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Monarch, 455 25th St .; free;

7th Annual Big Lebowski Ogden Festival

A whole festival around the cult classic of the Coen brothers from 1998 “The Big Lebowski”, is returning to Ogden at Peery’s Egyptian Theater for its seventh year, and if you don’t like it, “Well, you know, it is just, like, your opinion, man. Arguably the most cited masterpiece in movie history, with Jeff Bridges as “The Dude,” as well as John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, and Julianne Moore, the dark comedy is packed with so many hilarious characters, lines, costumes, and storylines (and a rug that ties the play together) that it turns out to be worthy of the annual festival gatherings. across the country, including The Ogden “Big Lebowski Festival”. Saturday’s festival and fundraiser for the Egyptian Theater Foundation includes a screening with a pre-party that includes a costume contest, trivia, amazing prizes and a cash bar with Lebowski-themed cocktails, including including white Russians, of course.

Saturday, 6 p.m. Peery Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd .; $ 22;

The calm before the storm

They are coming… your mother-in-law, your cousin with her latest MLM pitch, your brother and your sisters with their “friendly” political debates. Before the holiday chaos comes, relax with the girls and enjoy drinks (also non-alcoholic), skin care, amazing artwork, jewelry, soaps, candles, live music and more. Shop at the bustling market full of holiday gifts and personal care items with vendors such as JBud Ranch Soaps, Gisel Macrame’s Bows, BadBatch Sister Home Decor, Aeree Naturals Skin Care, Apparel and She Knows art, You Are Uniquely Magic and others. Then relax with a whole range of solid entertainment: an intimate concert with the Dustbowl Collective, the Ogden Comedy Club to get your endorphins and giggles up, and fitness dancers Kairos Poll. Don’t even think twice. It’s free and you deserve it!

Thursday November 18, 6 pm-9pm; The Monarch, 455 25th St .; free;


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