Kimball Art Center is proud to announce our new Park City Kimball Arts Festival website is now live! Over the past few months, our team has worked hard to create a platform that supports our artists and Park City community. We’re pretty excited with what we’ve created, and we think you will be too!

Thanks to the Utah Office of Tourism and the Summit County Restaurant Tax grant, we redesigned our virtual home to reflect the core value of the Park City Kimball Arts Festival: being a space for artists and the Park City community to connect and share. To pay homage to our traditional festival footprint on Historic Main Street, we have created an interactive map as our homepage. Visitors can explore the map’s points of interest, like the Kimball Art Center building, the Park City mountains, and historic Old Town, and stroll down our virtual Main Street. Browse our 150+ featured artists spanning 13 media and discover new artworks to add to your collection. This is a fully interactive map, so every illustration, bubble, and text box has something to dive into. Take some time to click around and see what you can find!

As you venture about the map, you’ll find each point of interest has different video content. For example, the illustration of Kimball Art Center’s building will have videos about art education and the artistic process, while the famous white barn illustration will have content centered around community events, recommendations, and tutorials. This video content is our new Art Talks series. Art Talks, featured on Wednesdays, will be video content celebrating the work of artists and community members. Expect to find virtual exhibitions, KAC art classes, gallery and studio tours, insights from local businesses, and discussions about creativity. To find the full Art Talks catalogue, you can use the side bar menu on the right side of the homepage. This week’s Art Talks include:

  • Full-length concert by The National Parks produced by Park City Institute
  • Mini drawing lesson by KAC Education Director Heather Stamenov
  • Visit Park City’s interview with Twisted Fern’s Chef Adam Ross Recorded roundtable discussion with City Council members on Park City’s upcoming Arts & Culture District
  •  Re-cap video of KAC’s programming on Main Street this past weekend

Tune into the Park City Kimball Arts Festival Instagram page (@parkcitykimballartsfestival) for even more insights into the community and the artistic process.

You can also learn about Kimball Art Center’s mission and the rich history of the Park City Kimball Arts Festival on the ‘About’ and ‘Donate’ pages.

If you have any questions or have a suggestion for Art Talks content, please reach out to