Whether you are a visitor or a local, summer in Park City is a great time to venture out and enjoy the vibrant arts and cultural scene that exists here. Park City Summit County Council (PCSC Arts Council), a non-profi t, promotes and develops out-of-the-box, collaborative projects and memorable events that bring the community together.
“PCSC Arts Council is an umbrella nonproﬁ t that supports the local creative sector at large. Our intent is to design and implement programming that directly connects art and creativity to daily life and community priorities.”
~Jocelyn Scudder,Managing Director, PCSC Arts Council
PCSC Arts Council programmed events provide a new way to participate in the arts for everyone in the community.
2019 SUMMER LINE UP OF ARTS & CULTURAL EVENTS IN PARK CITY
SAVOR THE SUMMIT
June 22 | 6PM
Imagine having dinner with 2500 people right in the middle of Park City’s Historic Main Street. Well, you can, but be sure to make a reservation with the participating restaurants as this event sells out quickly!parkcityrestaurants.com/savor-the-summit
SUMMIT ARTS SHOWCASE
July 12 | 4 – 8PM
July 13 | 10AM – 5PM
Featuring local artists in a variety of mediums including painting, pottery, jewelry making and more. A short and scenic drive to Oakley. Located at The Red Barn, 4300 N. SR 32.
50TH ANNUAL KIMBALL ARTS FESTIVAL
August 2 | Locals: 5 – 9PM August 3 | 10 AM – 8PM August 4 | 10AM – 6PM
This three-day event is a fundraiser for the local Kimball Art Center and also a great opportunity to see works of art by 225 nationally recognized artists selected for this year’s event.
Park City, Main Street Kids $5
Kids under 5 years
of age are free. KimballArtCenter.org
SUMMIT COUNTY FAIR
& FINE ARTS EXHIBIT August 6 – 5PM
The county fair in Coalville showcases local artists from novice to professional in a variety of mediums. SummitCountyFair.org
ART ON THE TRAILS August 24 | 12 – 3PM
Imagine walking with your family down the McLeod Creek Trail and discovering artists along the way. You will experience pop-up performances including dance, poetry, music and more along the trail. This one-day event, a partnership program presented by PCSC Arts Council and Basin Recreation, is free and open to the public. pcscarts.org/art-on-the-trails
J GO GALLERY +THE ROCKWELL LISTENING ROOM
J GO Gallery is the newest project of Judi Grenney, where she has curated a collection of contemporary art for the New West. Now with a home in the Rockwell Listening Room her collection is showcased in a beautiful complementary setting. The 4,000 square foot community event space is located on the upper level of O.P. Rockwells at 268 Main Street. Owner, Scott Thomson has created the Rockwell Listening Room to be available for public and private events. With the addition of J GO’s collection, the unique art pieces complement the venue perfectly.
J GO and O.P. Rockwell are strong supporters of the local community and both host numerous community events. For information on J GO Gallery visit: jgogallery.com. For information on booking an event at the Rockwell Listening Room visit: rockwellroom.com