Calendar of events featuring local arts and culture happenings in Park City and Summit County, UT
Park City LibraryFree Event
Senator Reed Smoot, American Public Lands and Rivers: The Designation of Utah National Parks and Monuments in the Early 20th Century..
Egyptian TheatreSHOWTIMESTue-Sat 8pm, Sun 6pm
The annual lampoon of all things Park City, starring an all local cast! You never know what to expect from The Park City Follies, except for a rollicking good time.
Join us for another Park City Creative Mornings, as we continue our partnership with the Creative Mornings SLC. This month we are honored to be hosted at Skullcandy HQ and have Babs De Lay speak on our global theme of INCLUSIVE.
Kimball Art CenterFree Admission
Internationally acclaimed artist Zhi Lin confronts the lost history of the Chinese workers who built our nation’s transcontinental railroads. This exhibition is presented during the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike, the ceremonial final spike to join the rails of the first transcontinental railroad.
An exposé of rape crimes on U.S. college campuses, their institutional cover-ups, and the devastating toll they take on students and their families.PG-13. 1 Hour 43 minutes.
Kimball Art Center
Help Kimball Art Center’s curatorial team prepare a large-scale installation by Zhi Lin for our upcoming exhibition. “Chinaman’s Chance” on Promontory Summit: Golden Spike Celebration on Promontory Summit, 12:30 pm, 10th May 1869 reframes the history and experience of the Chinese workers who built our first transcontinental railroad.
Park City MuseumFree ExhibitConey Island, a strip of sand at the mouth of New York Harbor, has occupied a singular place in the American imagination. From a beginning as a watering hole for the wealthy, through its transformation into an amusement and entertainment mecca for the masses, to its struggle for renewal in recent decades, an extraordinary array of artists have viewed Coney Island as a microcosm of the American experience.
Park City Institute presents Triumph of Spirit: Two driven athletes. Two moving films.
“Sound of Silence - Born Severely Deaf,” Robin Gillon found success—and happiness—on skis. Born severely deaf, Gillon faced bullying and struggles at school, but refused to let the actions of others, and his disability, hold him back. “Return to Paradise - A Skier’s Journey.” Mike Vowels, once a champion freestyle skier, shares his mental and physical journey, returning to skiing, 28 years after a paralyzing accident.
Please join Kimball Art Center and Park City Film for "True Stories of Film and Philanthropy" - a discussion about how we can increase the impact of philanthropy through effective partnerships between filmmakers, donors and grantees.
The Arts Summit will be an opportunity for our Arts and Culture community to gather, discuss the current state of the arts in Summit County, celebrate wins from the last year, and continue our efforts to foster an increasingly vibrant community.
Park City MuseumFree Lecture
Park City Museum will have Senior Scientist Bob Biek present a lecture called Utah’s Gigantic Landslides (and their Smaller Cousin near Park City).
Utah is home to the largest terrestrial landslide known in the world, a gigantic mass of volcanic rock in south-central Utah that collapsed and moved rapidly over the landscape 21 million years ago.