Join Z-Arts

We would love to have your support of the arts as a member of Zion Arts and Humanities Council. As the oldest, continuously operating arts council in the state of Utah, Z-Arts is truly here to serve the public. You can now subscribe online here via Paypal, or by mail. Your membership includes a quarterly emailed newsletter, discounts on ticketed events and member announcements on Z-Arts weekly email. Your entire membership and contributions are tax deductible.


Subscribe Online:  currently available for paid subscriptions only


To subscribe or donate online, use the following form and click the Paypal button

Online Subscription Form

Please Choose Subscription Category:

Donation to Z-Arts General Fund: $

Please send me email regarding Z-Arts events

I am interested in:

Performing Arts Film Visual Arts Literary Arts

Humanities Lectures Volunteering Serving on the Board Other:

TOTAL: $40.00

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Your annual membership dues and contributions help promote the arts and humanities in our community, and are tax deductible.


Subscribe By Mail:  encouraged for complimentary subscriptions


To become a Z-Arts member by mail, download a form here, and send your mailing address, email address and membership fee to:

P.O. Box 115
Springdale, Utah, 84767


Subscription Fees and Benefits

The subscription fees online and by mail are the same, and have the same benefits:

Category: Price: Benefits:
Business Sponsor $100 /year Weekly email, event discounts, acknowledgement on and link from website
Family $40 /year Weekly email, event discounts
Individual $20 /year Weekly email, event discounts
Zion Park employees and young adults under 30 Complimentary Weekly email, event discounts

Your membership includes the Z-Arts weekly email of upcoming events and discounts to activities with a door fee. Your entire membership is tax deductible.

Z-Arts has received funding from the Utah Humanities Council. The Utah Humanities Council promotes history and heritage, literature and literacy, and public discussion of issues important to our communities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this website or the lectures do not necessarily represent those of the Utah Humanities Council or the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Support for this event provided by The National Endowment for the Arts - Art Works

Western States Arts Federation Support for this event provided by the Western States Arts Federation.

This project is supported by Utah Arts and Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts .