Historic Utah County Courthouse

  • 51 South University Avenue
  • Provo, UT 84601
  • (801) 851-2100
The Utah County Courthouse has served as a symbol of county and community pride since its dedication on December 5, 1926.   Utah buildings carry very little sculpture of any kind, but this building has a symbolic sculptural group in pediment above the entrance. It was designed by the architect Joseph Nelson and executed by sculptor Joseph Conradi. The group is as follows: The figure of Justice stands in the center. On her right sits a woman representing the County of Utah.  Various arts and industries are represented at her side: horticulture, dairying, mining, sheep-raising, and poultry farming. On the other side of Justice sits Provo City. She is flanked by the harp and the viol, the face, the cog-wheel, a stack of books, and an artist's palette.
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Fine Arts Show

Meet nationally acclaimed artists, see live demonstrations, and purchase original and printed works at the Freedom Days Fine Art Show, held at the Historic Utah County Courthouse. Original... Read More