Spiral Jetty

A couple of years ago, the actor Julian Sands came to Utah to perform his one man show A Celebration of Harold Pinter. He asked us about Spiral Jetty, and if we might visit it with him. That’s when we called Skylar Nielsen of Vita Brevis Films, and soon, we were on a helicopter heading out to Rozel Point. Jetty documents Sands’ encounter with Robert Smithson’s monumental work, his exploration of the space and his meditation on Smithson’s own words.

Created in partnership with Vita Brevis Films

Get information on Spiral Jetty, including a self-guided tour and directions, from the Utah Museum of Fine Arts website

The UMFA also has family backpacks that can be checked out to help guide your Spiral Jetty visit.

 

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