PCSC Arts x Zenzee = Arts Capsule Collection

Local apparel company Zenzee and the Park City Summit County Arts Council have teamed up to create a clothing line that celebrates the art lover/art maker in all of us.


As a board member of the Arts Council, Sharon Backurz (owner of Zenzee) saw the opportunity to use her talents to benefit arts and culture in our community. She and PCSC Arts Executive Director Hadley Dynak created a collaborative capsule collection that helps the community express their love and support for the arts through locally produced apparel.

Sharon explains her motivation: “I love to give back through my skill and talent - it’s so much more fun for me. This is a living breathing line and we are always adding to it.”  The sustainably sourced collection is for both men and women, and is inspired by the company’s love of typography, well made products, and drive to create a line that can help people share/wear their love for art. Sharon notes “I like to say wear your voice, wear who your are. It’s about an identity for the community.”  

Shirts and bags are screenprinted by a local printer Motherlode PC.  Can you tell our theme here is local?

The duo paired up with local fashion gurus Vanessa Di Palma Wright and Madison Limansky of Farasha to share the collaborative line with the public. A pop-up trunk show at Farasha’s showroom is planned for August 25th from 10:00am - 7:00pm. Thirty percent of all proceeds will go to the Arts Council, whose mission is to promote, support, and strengthen arts and culture and the larger creative sector in Park City and Summit County.

Stop by Farasha to support the Arts Council and share/wear your love for arts and culture in our community. Locally designed, locally made.

Arts Capsule Collection Trunk Show @ Farasha

Friday, August 25

10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

605 Main Street # 202

Park City, UT 84060

For more info and to RSVP, check out the Facebook event!


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