Hadley Dynak

  Tim and Lynn host the monthly arts and culture segment with Nan Gray, local artist and President of the Park City Professional Artist Association and Hadley Dynak from the Park City Summit County Arts Council. 

They talk about the importance of artist collaboration in how they strengthen the connection to art and culture in the Park City area. 

 

 

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Chamber Bureau President and CEO Bill Malone who  has a look ahead at the summer season. Summit County Transportation Planning Manager Caroline Rodriguez has an update on transportation and transit projects.

After seeing through a year-long process to strengthen the arts and culture county-wide, the executive director of the Park City Summit County Arts Council Hadley Dynak is leaving. 

Dynak has spent 2 years leading the local arts council. In an email sent to supporters of the organization, Dynak says she and her family have decided to return to the Bay Area where they lived prior to moving to Park City in 2013.

The third annual Latino Arts Festival will be held on Saturday, June 16, from 3-8 pm and Sunday, June 17, from 3-7 pm at Park City Library Field. Event organizer Max Ventura, along with Hadley Dynak of the Park City Summit County Arts Council joins us to discuss how arts and culture not only can build bridges between diverse cultures but help break down barriers and stereotypes and provide opportunities for connection.  

Art therapist Jill Johnson, owner of The Paint Mixer, and Hadley Dynak of the Park City/Summit County Arts Council join Tim and Lynn for a discussion on how the connection of art and culture in our community also weaves in mental health as May Mental Health Awareness Month draws to a close.  

Local News Hour - May 7, 2018

May 7, 2018

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Summit County Arts Council Director Hadley Dynak who has results from the Project ABC Cultural Plan and how it will be launched. Director of the Snyderville Water Reclamation District, Mike Luers, speaks about awards recently handed out to the District and an update on the expansion of Silver Creek Treatment plant and Ballet West Academy Campus Administrator Sandy Flurry speaks about the world premiere of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board Members Andrew Caplan and Erin Grady have a recap about Tuesday's meeting.

Local News Hour - February 23, 2018

Feb 23, 2018

On today’s program, Greg Gange has today’s avalanche forecast. Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation Director and member of Utah’s Olympic Exploratory Committee, Colin Hilton discusses Utah's future Olympic bid. Park City Summit County Arts Council Director Hadley Dynak has details about upcoming Project ABC open houses starting Tuesday in Coalville. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Spokesman Tom Kelly has an Olympic Update on Women's Big Air Snowboarding and Women's Alpine Combined.

More than a thousand people helped celebrate the 20th anniversary of the opening of Park City's first large-scale publicly financed auditorium for the performing arts on Saturday night. There were accolades for the civic leaders, fundraisers, visionaries and promoters who have brought hundreds of educating, illuminating and entertaining acts to the George S. and Delores Dore Eccles state at Park City High School. Leslie Thatcher has more:

The organizers for Project ABC -- that's "Arts, Beauty, and Culture" -- held a five-hour work session last week. They say they're trying to understand the impact of the arts in the county, and seek to chart a future for it. Rick Brough has more.

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