Kimball Art Center

Join Jeanne Larae starting Tuesday, April 24 for this 6 week session on creating abstractions.  Students will learn about bringing shapes, color, techniques, edges, texture, value together to form abstract works of art.  For more information and to register for the session, go to

Mondays, April 30; May 7, 14, 21 at the Kimball Art Center, students will shape an animal head with balled up newspaper. Then the sculptured head is covered in gooey paper mache (muh shay') that provides a great painting texture for the acrylic paints used to bring your creature to life! For more information and to register, go to or call (435)-649-8882.

Wheel Throwing for Teens begins Thursday April 19 and continues for 5 more weeks April 26; May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. All skill levels welcome! Learn the tricks of success for making clay objects on the wheel. This is the best class to learn the basics of the potter’s wheel.  Students will start with cups and bowls. As students advance, they can come create their own sculptural wheel thrown designs.

The next Art Talk sponsored by the Kimball Art Center is Thursday. It features author Chuck Newall, who has assembled a collection of gardens - each with its own story and emotional message. Rick Brough has more.

Kimball Art Center

After being named the new Executive Director of the Kimball Arts Center in July, Lindsie Smith has resigned and an interim director has been named as the search for a new director begins again.  KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.

Last December, long time Kimball Art Center Director Robin Marrouche announced that she was resigning from the job. At that point, a national search for her replacement began and after several months, Lindsie Smith was named as her replacement..

to Obituary for Irene Cho in San Francisco Chronicle

A memorial will be held at the Kimball Art Center in early October for Irene Cho -- an independent film producer and an activist in the Park City film scene -- who died last month. Rick Brough has more.

The city council approved a Professional Services agreement with Lochner Inc for a little over 1.3 million dollars for the State Route 248 Corridor and Safety Improvement Project.  Carolyn Murray has this report and more on Thursday’s meeting.

Melissa Allison

Though the Park City Council has yet to approve the $19.5 million dollar purchase about 5 acres in Bonanza Park to build an Arts and Cultural District – they held a town meeting to roll out their vision for the project. KPCW’s Melissa Allison brings us the details. website photo

A first ever Park City Arts and Cultural district is planned for a 5 and a quarter acre parcel of land bordering Bonanza Drive, Kearns Boulevard and Munchkin Road. Carolyn Murray has more on the City’s development plans for the area: website photo

Park City announced plans to adopt a municipal transient room tax and use the revenues to build a city arts and culture center in the Bonanza Business district.  This kind of tax has never been done in Park City until now. Carolyn Murray has this story: