The annual Summit County Fair brings the community together for a week of food, fun, exhibits, demonstrations, contests, and rides. In addition to the demolition derby (always a locals favorite), the livestock showings, the 4H displays, parade, pie baking contest, and the little buckeroo rodeo, the Fair hosts the Fine Arts Exhibit which gives local artists the opportunity to share their creative work with the public. Admission to all Fair events is free and a full schedule of activities is available on the Fair website.Read More
Calling all Summit County artists! The PCSC Arts Council is pleased to announce a Call for Artists for the 2019 Summit Arts Showcase, located at the Red Barn in Oakley, UT on July 12 & 13. This event, hosted by the PCSC Arts Council, is an annual juried summer art show, the only one of its kind on the Eastern side of the County.Read More
Park City Municipal Corporation (PCMC) is currently requesting proposals for public art for a pedestrian and bicycle tunnel known as the Old Town Transit Center connector. Proposals will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Friday, March 10. “This is one of the final tunnels in City limits to be commissioned for public art,” states Jenny Diersen, PCMC Economic Development and Special Events Program Manager and staff to the Public Art Advisory Board. “We are excited to see what artists propose for the space, and to see this tunnel completed as it provides connectivity between Poison Creek Trail, Deer Valley Drive and the Old Town Transit Center.”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
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
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
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
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 Park City Singers is a community choir welcome to all, and they are currently recruiting new members!
Renee Mox Hall, member of the Park City Singers explains “as a non-audition choir, beginners are welcome and not all members read music. Newer vocalists benefit from singing with those with more experience. All members receive a CD recording of their part which is also very instrumental to learning music. Choir membership is a learning experience for members, a contribution to and connection with the community and an avenue to new friendships."Read More
Calling all artists! There are multiple public art opportunities available this August with Park City Municipal.Read More
The Summit County Fair is upon us! It’s special time for the community to come together to celebrate the culture and heritage of Summit County. The annual summer event brings a full week of food, fun, exhibits, demonstrations, contests, and rides. In addition to the demolition derby, the livestock showings, the 4H displays, parade, pie baking contest, and the little buckeroo rodeo, the Fair hosts the Fine Arts Exhibit which gives local artists the opportunity to share their artwork with the public.Read More
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
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
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
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
History plays such an important role in our community’s character, charm, and allure. So much of what makes Park City unique is the original historical structures stacked along Main Street, and the scattered mining cottages throughout the area.Read More
Calling all youth filmmakers in Summit, Wasatch, and Salt Lake Counties! This is an opportunity that you will not want to miss.
The Park City Summit County Arts Council, the Park City Film Series and U.S. Ski & Snowboard have come together to present the Breaking Boundaries // 2019 Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Champs Youth Film Contest. The Call is targeted towards young filmmakers (21 and under) to tell stories about breaking boundaries, wherever that may apply in their lives.Read More
Many of us Utahns felt the disappointment when tickets to Hamilton sold out in a few hours last week, but there is still a chance for a high school student in our community to attend. The State of Utah, in an incredible public/private partnership, is sponsoring students from every corner of the state to attend a performance of Hamilton through The New Nation Project letter writing competition.The competition gives high school students (grades 9-12) an opportunity to write to their legislator about an issue they care about and propose a solution.Read More
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to quit your day job and turn your creative ideas into a feasible business that could support you and your family? Maybe you’ve always wanted to figure out how you could offset the costs of your addiction to creating art or clothing, crafts, gardening, or even gourmet food.
If you are a creative type, or if you’re just looking to see if your idea for a business is actually workable, it’s time for you to apply to the Park Silly Sunday Market and see if your idea will fly.Read More
Art serves as a mechanism to bring community together. It inspires conversation. It is an outlet for expression. Its product can generate hope. Street art is a purposeful tool for community activation. It is a contemporary form of creative expression designed to engage the public, generate an emotional response, and symbolically communicate an idea.
Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District, Park City Summit County Arts Council, and the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board have come together to develop a project called The Future is Now 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