Statera Moves Into New Office Headquarters

StateraArts is an organization with international reach, but its roots are in Cedar City, Utah. Executive Director Melinda Pfundstein conceived of and co-founded StateraArts in Southern Utah and Cedar City was the location of Statera’s inaugural conference in 2015. So its fitting that Statera has chosen the downtown arts district of Cedar City as the location for their new offices.

StateraArts team members in front of the new office. From left to right: Sarah Greenman, Melinda Pfundstein, Sabrina Cofield, and Kate St. Pierre.

StateraArts team members in front of the new office. From left to right: Sarah Greenman, Melinda Pfundstein, Sabrina Cofield, and Kate St. Pierre.

StateraArts Cedar City office.

StateraArts Cedar City office.

“We have dreamt of a brick and mortar space since our founding,” says Executive Director Melinda Pfundstein. “This location is alive with the creative spark, be it art, great food, good wine, and the bustle and energy of people connecting around all of it.”

In an effort to create community and connect with local artisans, Statera has opened their offices for special collaborations with Art Works Gallery and Red Acre Farm, a local women-led organic farm and CSA in Cedar City.

Pfundstein says, “We are so lucky to have Red Acre Farm feature Pop Up Cafe’s in our space every Thursday and during Final Friday Art Walks. And our walls are lined with rotating pieces by women artists, provided by Art Works Gallery next door. We are absolutely surrounded by innovation and beauty, and already feel right at home.”

Statera’s new neighbors also include Artisans Gallery, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Southern Utah Museum of Art, Park Place Eatery, The French Spot, The Grind Coffee House, Centro Woodfired Pizza, Pastry Pub, IG Winery, the Cedar City Arts Council, Cedar’s red mountain, and more.


Are you in Cedar City today?
Join us for lunch from 11am - 1:30pm for the Red Acre Farm Pop-Up Cafe!
18 N. 100 W | Cedar City, UT

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