Every October, Bluff Utah hosts an art festival that showcases local artists throughout the region. Autumn is the perfect time to visit Bluff as the weather is perfect, and the cottonwood trees are a beautiful autumn yellow. Come out to meet local artists, and enjoy this pretty part of the state.
This annual autumn event started in 2005 at St. Christopher’s Mission and quickly spread across town. From the beginning, the festival has pulled together the broader community. The Navajo Reservation borders the town bringing the culture of the Navajo people into Bluff’s style. The area’s early inhabitants, Native Americans, have contributed to the art and folklore of the region. Ancient art sites, rich diverse cultures and a vibrant modern art community make Bluff an ideal site for our festival.