San Juan Artisan Pass

Expiration: Must start using within 365 days of purchase

Utah's Canyon Country is known for our culture and history. There is no better way to take a piece of San Juan County home with you than with a piece of local art. Take some time to explore our area's local artisans and their varying styles and mediums. Due to COVID-19, many or our local artisans with saw a decrease in visitation.

Featured are our local businesses who participated in the San Juan County Artisan Grant that supported the purchase of local artwork by businesses in San Juan County. Additionally, we have also listed Artists participating in our Artisan Startup business initiative supporting the expansion of local artists to online sales.

To thank you for supporting out local artisans, when you spend $25 or more on locally made items at participating businesses, you will receive a custom San Juan County bag as a prize.

Included Venues

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Blue Mountain Trading Post
In the fall of 1975, the Simpson family completed the Blue Mountain Trading Post. It has continued for over 30 years as the cutting edge in gallery-quality Native American arts and crafts from the Ute, Navajo and Zuni Tribes.
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Goulding's Gift Shop
Goulding’s Gift Shop carries a huge selection of Southwestern items including handmade jewelry, pottery, rugs, and other artwork. All artwork is made regionally and locally by Native Americans and guaranteed authentic. Most local items come with a picture of the artist. In addition, the gift shop...
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Jackalope Trading Company
A unique curated gift shop featuring locally handcrafted jewelry and handmade leather goods by owners Melinda & Adam Redd, and a variety of art showcasing the talents of over 30 local, Native American and regional artisans. A wide selection of fair trade items, Utah souvenirs, decor, chocolate, and...
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The Dinosaur Museum
The Dinosaur Museum, one of the best and most unique museums in the country, if not the world, is located here in Blanding. There are two main reasons for this distinction. The first is that The Dinosaur Museum has the complete history of the world of dinosaurs and some of the most complete...
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Twin Rocks Trading Post
During the 1970s, artistic energy began building in Southeastern Utah. Beginning slowly, by the late 1990s the movement and transformed traditional Navajo basketry into an artistic juggernaut. The result: a basketry artquake, with Twin Rocks Trading Post at the epicenter. See work from the contemporary masters.