The Park City Summit County Arts Council will once again team up with the Kimball Art Center to host this year’s third-annual Monster Drawing Rally, an event that allows artists to interact with spectators, collectors, and other local artists. The organizations are now accepting artist applications for the event, which will be held June 6th at Kimball Art Center. Artists applications are due by Apr. 15, 2019.Read More
ABBA’s music comes to life in the feel-good story of Mamma Mia! Their catchy tunes and upbeat blend of disco and pop tells the story of love, friendship and laughter in this hit broadway production. Just recently, licensing rights became available to theatres across North America to produce and perform this musical. The Egyptian Theatre jumped right on the opportunity to bring this musical to Park City.Read More
Leslie Miller's relocation to Park City happened accidentally and long ago. She'd heard tales from friends of deep, powder skiing with snorkels. In 1973, Leslie, her college sweetheart and her dog were turned away from living in Little Cottonwood Canyon due to it being a watershed and directed up to an unknown place called Park City. Leslie's activism accomplishments are endless and on-going. She worked for the “Park Record”, was a contributing writer for “Park City Magazine”, and published the “Wasatch Mountain Times”. In 1991 she was elected to the Park City Council as an open space advocate.Read More
Share your Summit County story! An open call for all voices in Summit County to promote and celebrate community connection through public art. The Summit County Public Art Advisory Board (‘SCPAAB’) has released this open call for a literary art projection project called Project Your Voice. The purpose is to create spaces for self-expression for our community through transforming literary arts into visual installations.Read More
Last September, the China Bridge parking structure became a canvas for a four-wall mural entitled Wild City.
Emily Herr, from Richmond, Virginia, was awarded the project after submitting a proposed schedule, budget, concept design and mockup. “Putting together an application for a project of this scale is pretty involved, requiring research about the context for the piece (environmental, social, historical, etc) as well as logistics research.”Read More
Utah has a rich history beyond the pioneers establishing the state. The mission of the Park City Museum is to preserve, protect and promote Park City’s history and heritage. One of the many ways the museum does this is through educational lectures surrounding untold stories Park City and state history.Read More
Starting in March, the Kimball Art Center will be hosting new classes and artful afternoons for students to explore the art of glass fusion. Adults, teens and children will have the chance to experience glass as a unique medium. Each class explores specific types of glass creation such as mosaics, glass wall art, glass shadow boxes, and glass night lights!Read More
The Park City Summit County Arts Council will hold its second Project ABC Community Convening on Friday, February 22 from 9am - noon at the Kamas Library. The first was held in November and focused on Spaces and Funding. The idea of ‘Community Conveings’ emerged from the cultural planning process as a Strategic Recommendation. Each of our Community Convenings focus on specific Collective Priorities that were identified in the Cultural Plan, and are opportunities to learn from others and to discuss the role of arts and culture in Summit County as well as network with the arts and culture community.Read More
Mark Eaton, former Utah Jazz center, retired in 1994 but didn't drift far from the spirit of the game. He worked in broadcasting and was often asked to speak to various groups which led to his transformation into a motivational speaker and now an author.Read More
Park City Film is excited to present the second installment of its Art on Screen program, Leaning Into the Wind, on Thursday, February 14th at 7pm. Sixteen years after the release of the groundbreaking film Rivers and Tides – Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time director Thomas Riedelsheimer has returned to work with the artist.Read More
The art of Vincent Mattina is complex. His steampunk sytle of layered collages draws you into the work and you either feel intrigue or unease. Each viewer can take away a different story from each of his pieces. Are you in Mattina’s dream state or predictions of the future?Read More
When the Sundance Film Festival rolls around, local radio station KPCW gears up for The Sundance Reel, a chat and interview program with producers, directors and various talent attached to projects at the festival.Read More
Allison English Watkins, Master Photographer, Craftsman, Certified Professional Photographer and founder of English Photography has won countless local, regional, national and international awards for her images and has been published in books and magazines. Recently, she received Professional Photographers of America National Award presented for meritorious contributions to professional photography — basically a lifetime achievement award for service to the industry and her fellow professional photographers.Read More
Nan Chalat Noaker worked for a magazine publishing company in Boston before moving to Park City in 1977 and continued her career in media as a news reporter for KPCW for 5 years and for The Park Record for 35 years; 21 of them as the Editor. Stepping down from her position in October 2017, Nan found time to pursue the rather unique passion of stop-motion animation.Read More
An unexpected find tucked away in her parents' closet was the first step of Bonnie Park's journey to becoming a memoirist and author. Her parents passed away shortly after celebrating 70 years of marriage. In April of 2012, while cleaning out their apartment, a box surfaced, filled with correspondence and the details of their courtship over distance and time.Read More
The 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships just released a stacked music lineup for the event coming up February 1 - 10 — and we’re excited to say the least. 2019 World Champs athletic events will take place at Utah’s Solitude Mountain Resort, Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort, but the the performances will be in our backyard February 2, 5, and 10 on the Canyons Village Stage and Historic Main Street.Read More
Shannon Bahrke Happe, Olympic medalist in freestyle skiing, founder of Team Empowerment Hour, motivational speaker and entrepreneur has added another accomplishment to her resume — author.
Shannon's trademark “hot pink hair” has long inspired her determination for success and now given rise to the theme of her new book.Read More
BRANDed PC had it’s opening night on Main Street last night, and has been an amazing success! Thanks to local makers, we have a great spread of exciting and high quality merchandise— there’s truly something for everyone, making it the perfect place to buy unique last minute holiday gifts for anyone.
New this year to BRANDed PC is a singer/songwriter series featuring four local bands: The Backyard Revival, Carlos Emjay, Alicia Stockman, and Katya & Moodlite. The bands will play live Wedesday Dec. 18- Saturday Dec. from 6-7 pm. Each band gives their own unique taste of the music scene in Park City.Read More
BRANDed PC, a pop-up shop created by Park City Summit County Arts Council to spotlight local creative brands, will take over the Rockwell Room at 268 Main Street Dec. 18-22. The pop-up is a one-stop-shop to interact with local products and the stories of the makers who have boldly moved their vision forward. New this year are Creative Maker Workshops — an opportunity for guests to get a behind the scenes look at some of the participating brands and their creative process.Read More
Three years ago the Park City Summit County Arts council recognized a need to bridge the gap between arts and culture and creative entrepreneurs. From that realization came a dynamic experience to celebrate and highlight the creativity of local entrepreneurs: BRANDed PC. BRANDed PC is a pop-up shop created by Park City Summit County Arts Council to spotlight local creative brands and entrepreneurs who are each integral in making our county a gem of the Beehive State. This is a four day event to show our appreciation for the makers and risk takers amongst us.Read More