pasifika first fridays



What We Do

As an active space we highlight, celebrate, and showcase local talent every first Friday of the month. 

As a roving, "pop-up" art space, PFF is organized and driven by community artists working together to bring unique experiences to Utah residents. Simply put, we provide a platform to showcase our community's art, stories, and talent. 

Who We Are

We're creators, makers, innovators and disrupters. As independent artists, we are proud to connect community to our work and space every first Friday of the month. Salt Lake City is home base and you can find our work across the Wasatch Front in the most forward thinking museums, businesses, restaurants, and cultural hubs.

Our Mission

We create a space where connection, support, and community thrive. 

As the fastest growing population in Utah, Pacific Islanders enrich the diversity and uniqueness of Salt Lake City. Pasifika First Fridays aims to celebrate and enrich the lives of citizens through arts by providing opportunities in a safe and supportive environment. Our goal is to provide a platform for our Pacific Islander artists to express themselves...whatever medium that takes. 

It's time to reunite and celebrate! Don't miss out on the first Friday festival!

november 2023

every first friday @ jordan river nature center

1125 West 3300 South

South Salt Lake, Utah 84119

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Our Team

PFF is led and curated by a collective of Pacific Islander creators based in Utah. Through their collective art experience and years of community service, the team of independent artists organize curatorial, design work, dissemination, recruitment, and organizing each month. 

Our Story

As one of the most significant cities of Pasifika (Pacific) migration in the US, the presence of Pasifika citizens in Utah predate the State’s founding. As PIs continue to be the fastest growing population in Utah, Pacific Islanders enrich the diversity of Salt Lake County culture. 

Established in March of 2018, Pasifika First Fridays (PFF) was founded by a local Sandy family. Seeing a need to create and hold space for Pacific Islander artists to present their work, Pasifika First Fridays set out to create a platform of gathering each month. Based on storytelling of people and place, PFF convenes likeminded folks to connect with a platform of Pasifika creatives.