“Materializing Mormonism” showcases a broad spectrum of contemporary art created by artists affiliated with and adjacent to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These artmakers reframe and expand upon Latter-day Saint theological and cultural concepts using a compelling range of media. These artworks demonstrate the vibrancy and complexity of artistic dialogues within Latter-day Saint visual culture, expanding visitors’ expectations of fine art inspired by this increasingly worldwide faith. The substantial exhibition features works from more than 35 artists from around the globe, including Eduardo Alvarez, Ginny Huo, Susana Isabel de Silva, Brian Kershisnik, Mary Sauer and Arizona-native Corrine Geertsen. “Materializing Mormonism: Trajectories in Latter-day Saint Contemporary Art” is organized by Heather Belnap, Brontë Hebdon Patterson and Ashlee Whitaker.