Calling all artists! The Summit County Public Art Advisory Board ("SCPAAB") has released an RFP for artwork in the newly constructed South Summit Services Building in Kamas, UT to creatively celebrate multicultural heritage and the stunning natural environment in Summit County. SCPAAB is seeking artists to propose a concept for highly creative three-dimensional artwork to be placed in the interior hallway of the new building.Read More
PCSC Arts Council, the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board, the Utah Symphony I Utah Opera, and Art Pianos for All have come together to present a three part series of free Pop-Up Community Concerts on several of the county's Art Pianos.Read More
Having been raised in the Kamas Valley, I was THRILLED to hear about the construction of the new library in Kamas. I have fond memories in the old library building, and am looking forward to creating memories in this new library.Read More
Immerse yourself in creative and cultural offerings at the third Latino Arts Festival on Saturday and Sunday, June 16th and 17th from 3-8pm. This year, the event will be held outside at the Park City Library Field (1255 Park Ave.).
Showcasing the talents of the local Latino community, this free, all-ages event celebrates creative expression through fine arts and crafts, folkloric dance, live music, performances, food, and a Sundance film.Read More
The Park City Film Series will be showing RBG the weekend of June 8-10. RBG was a hit at Sundance, especially with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attending the festival. The film is an inspiring look at her life, covering her marriage, her health, her family and, of course, her astonishing legal career. To further discuss this legacy, we're hosting a panel after Sunday's screening moderated by KPCW's Leslie Thatcher, with women who have equally incredible stories. We wanted this panel to represent different points of Justice Ginsburg's career, so we have an ACLU attorney, a law school professor, and a Utah Supreme Court Justice.Read More
Park City Professional Artists Association will have an exhibit at the Park City Library starting June 1st and running until August 28th. Twenty two artists will be featured in the exhibit. A reception will be held June 15th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in Conference Room 201. This is an opportunity to meet some of the artists and see the artwork.Read More
Mark Twain once said “nothing helps scenery like bacon and eggs.” As a bit of a food enthusiast myself, I’d have to say that I agree with Mr. Twain on this, however I might swap the bacon for fresh locally grown sweet corn, and warm fresh-baked artisan bread. Lucky for us, the outdoor markets throughout Park City make it possible to have it all! You can have your “bacon and eggs” while enjoying a view like none other.Read More
Get ready for some creative chaos! The Park City Monster Drawing Rally is back on Thursday, May 31 from 6-9:30pm at the Kimball Art Center (1401 Kearns Blvd., Park City, UT).
Nope, it’s not a sports drink or truck jamboree, Monster Drawing Rally is a live drawing event and party presented by PCSC Arts Council and the Kimball Art Center that allows spectators to spy on the creative process, build relationships with local artists, and grow their art collections.Read More
Live music and outdoors concerts are cornerstones of a great Park City summer. Both residents and visitors alike look forward to grabbing a blanket and a few friends to enjoy the many musical opportunities around town. In that tradition, this summer marks the 15th year in a row that Park City Institute (PCI) presents its outdoor concert series, the St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights. This year comes with a twist however. After learning late last year that Deer Valley wasn’t going to renew PCI’s contract to hold the concerts at the resort, there was a scramble to select and secure a new venue for this summer’s great lineup.Read More
Park City Municipal Corporation (“PCMC”) has released a Call for Artists to beautify power boxes in town for their EmPOWERment Public Art Utility Box Project.
The goals of the project include creating vibrancy on public utility infrastructure around Park City and engaging the community through visual art in ways that align with City Council’s critical priority of Energy.Read More
I discovered through my 'Nextdoor' online neighborhood website that I have an author living across the valley. Fifteen year old author, Nora Wall, has lived in Park City for almost 2 years after living for 5 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She's enrolled at Treasure Mountain Junior High but also takes classes at the high school.Read More
When you think of sending your child to a summer camp, s’mores, singalongs, and sleeping bags often come to mind. But at Kimball Art Center, summer camps are more about creativity, inspiration, and imagination.Read More
Summer’s arriving soon, and there’s no better way to kick off the season in Park City than to
share a night with 2500 like-minded people, dining al fresco along Main Street. Billed as Park
City’s largest outdoor dinner party, Savor the Summit returns this year on Saturday, June 16 at 6pm.
Summit Arts Showcase is an annual juried summer art show in Oakley, UT. Being the only show of it’s kind on the Eastern side of the County, the PCSC Arts Council is excited to host the event.
The PCSC Arts Council produces the annual Summit Arts Showcase to support local artists and provide an opportunity for them to present their work on the eastern side of Summit County.Read More
Calling all film junkies! Park City Film Series has some exciting free film screenings and events this month in addition to their regularly scheduled programming.Read More
Utah native and Park City resident, Mick Savage has recently gotten serious about his life-long artistic passion. “When I was young, I wanted to be an artist. I drew and painted all the time and became an art major in college.” Married and with a young daughter, Mick was advised by an art professor that switching majors might make it easier to find a job that could support his family. “I followed his advice and switched to science. It’s been wonderful to get back to my art in a serious way.”Read More
Passionate pleas, oil spilled across a classic landscape, flourishing wildlife, and the imagination of hundreds of students are on display at Kimball Art Center. The Wasatch Back Student Art Show (WBSAS) is an annual favorite, and this year over 900 entries transformed our main gallery into a colorful, carefully mosaicked collection of student artwork.Read More
The China Bridge Parking Structure in historic downtown Park City has gone through extensive renovation recently. With these updates, PCMC has offered an exciting opportunity for artists to breathe some creativity into the newly renovated space.Read More
Beginning in 2016 the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board in partnership with the PCSC Arts Council and Basin Recreation began to explore ways to engage local youth in a public art project. The result is The Future is Now which is designed to engage local young people in the creation of an interactive street art mural in the tunnel under Highway 224 -- a literal and figurative connection point for the Park City community.Read More
Virtual Reality (VR) is becoming increasingly popular in libraries across the nation and the Park City Library is no exception. Kate Mapp, Adult Services Librarian, and Katrina Kmak, Youth and Spanish Services Librarian, first got the idea to offer virtual reality when they visited the University of Utah Marriott Library’s virtual reality drop in program. After taking a few turns on the virtual reality headset, Mapp and Kmak were sold and started making plans on how they could bring VR to the Park City Library.Read More