Art Elevated, an art and handcrafted gift market featuring local artists and artisans, takes place the weekend of Dec. 14-16 at Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter in Park City’s Newpark Town Center. The three-day event will feature one-of-a-kind gifts and festivities including live performances and local artisanal food tastings.Read More
The Park Silly Sunday Market is excited to announce their eighth annual Silly Holiday Bazaar at the Park City Marriott. The Silly Holiday Bazaar, on December 7th from 5pm-9pm, December 8th & 9th from 10am-5pm is a perfect chance to come together with your ‘commUnity’ and get some holiday shopping done.Read More
The Park City and Summit County community is lucky to have quality programming for our youth. Taking the lead on afterschool programming is Youth Sports Alliance through their ACTiV8 Program.
Youth Programs Director Heather Sims discusses how the program came to be. “ACTiV8 is a collaboration of local businesses, non-profit, sports clubs and local schools that provide supervised after-school activities on early release days for teens and tweens.”Read More
Park City Film is launching a new program called ‘Art on Screen’, kicking off this month with a screening of British Museum Presents: Hokusai. It’s a fascinating documentary that explores Hokusai's life and work, beyond his famous The Great Wave painting.Read More
Park City Municipal, in partnership with Alf Engen Museum, is excited to share the Legacy Alive Olympic exhibit. Sponsored by a Summit County Restaurant Tax grant, Legacy Alive is compiled of various exhibits and curated experiences throughout town that raise awareness about Park City’s 2002 Olympic legacy, the 2019 FIS World Championships, and a potential Salt Lake City Olympic bid.Read More
Calling all talent!
The Egyptian Theatre will soon hold open auditions for their 4th annual Park City Holiday Spectacular and Sing-A-Long. At the helm again this year will be Director Amber Hanson and Musical Director Debra Cook.Read More
The Filmmakers Showcase celebrates and fosters emerging and seasoned talent, provides a venue for finished work as well as works in progress as well as cultivates and supports the filmmaking community in Utah. However, founder and curator Jill Orschel narrows the focus even more. “It's essence is connecting filmmakers and film lovers.”Read More
After years of working for various Fortune 1000 companies, Bill Mullen longed to get out of the corporate scene and move where he wanted to live as opposed to where a company wanted to move him.
No stranger to a small-town scene, since there were only 24 in his high school graduating class, Park City seemed a good match. Bill and his wife Carole, put down a payment on a house in Prospector during a Christmas ski trip in 1988. “We have celebrated Christmas in that house since 1989. My wife Carole & I moved here permanently in July 1994 to the house in which we live in Hidden Cove.”Read More
If you’re looking to have a bleepin’ good time and a lot of laughs (and who isn’t?) then head to the Prospector Theater for the 7th annual Giving A Bleep show!Read More
Grant Carsten, a 21 year old student at University of Utah is following the passion for filmmaking he developed as a Park City high school student. Originally, he wanted to be an actor. In the fall of 2011, he took a script-writing class which sparked his desire to direct. In 2015, as a high school senior, Grant participated in the Miner Film Festival with a short film entitled Grade Camp and was recognized by the judges with The Sundance Passion for Filmmaking Award.Read More
Cool mornings, colorful leaves, and pumpkin spice flavored everything can only mean one thing — autumn has arrived. To celebrate the season, the Kimball Art Center is hosting a fall-inspired, family friendly, art-making event. ARToberFest will be held on Saturday October 13 , from 1-5pm at the Kimball Art Center.Read More
Jack Price was named the winner of the 2019 Breaking Boundaries Snowboard, Freestyle, and Freeski World Championships Youth Film Contest with his short film titled “Pushing the Boundaries.” The film contest was open to young filmmakers ages 21 and younger to tell their own stories about breaking boundaries.Read More
As you’re whizzing through the countryside on I-80 at 75 mph, do you ever wonder what lies on the other side of the fence? Photographer Tom Kelly of Park City, Utah decided to do just that. His exploration of the rural highways of the USA is featured in a gallery show called Backroads Americana showing from October 5-28 at Artique in Kamas, Utah.Read More
Applications are now open for Art Elevated, an annual winter handcrafted gift market & art showcase featuring local artists and artisans developed in partnership with PCSC Arts, Swaner EcoCenter and the Park City Professional Artists Association.Read More
There’s something about the autumn season that presents opportunities for new beginnings. I always feel the need to be more creative in fall. Whether I’m inspired by the vibrant colors displayed on the mountains and in the trees, or that eternal ‘back to school’ feeling that is forever engraved in me this time of year, I am compelled to create something new. Fortunately, our community is incredibly lucky to have an nonprofit organization such as as the Kimball Art Center to satiate any craving for creativity.Read More
Utah Climate Week (October 1-7) was created by the Utah Climate Action Network as a time designated to inspire and support conversation about the climate change issues in Utah. Organizations throughout the state seek to get community involvement in this initiative through special events such as film screenings, speaker panels, and other campaigns aiming to encourage public awareness and advocacy for climate change.Read More
Calling all Summit County Artists! Are you trying to get your idea off the ground? Take a deep dive into the world of entrepreneurship and hone your entrepreneur skills in PandoLabs’ 12 week cohort.Read More
The artistic wife and wife team, Sally & Jes Neilson-Berg, are completely enthralled with trains. The duo explained that “having the opportunity to create a Steampunk version using a piano was sheer joy!” The piece called The Train of Wonders, and was completely made from found objects. “What’s particularly fun to notice is what those random parts are that make up the train. For example, the large smokestack is part of a cardboard tube used to pour cement pillars, its silver base is part of a megaphone, and the nose of the train is actually an industrial lamp head!”Read More
The 2018 award for Utah's 'Best of State' to the Odyssey Dance Theatre was their lucky thirteenth consecutive win. Parkites can experience this quality dance company when they bring their highly-anticipated, annual performance of Thriller to the Egyptian Theatre September 21 - October 7.Read More
The leaves are changing and the weather is cooling off. Shoulder season has begun and it’s time for fun fall events in Park City including the Scarecrow Festival -- a true local and community favorite for many years.Read More