Top 5 Happenings in the Local Arts Scene This Winter

Unique events and programs at an array of local galleries will keep Park City's arts community in the spotlight.

By Anne Wallentine December 15, 2021 Published in the Winter/Spring 2022 issue of Park City Magazine

Historic Park City’s annual Snow Globe Stroll returns to Main Street through January 5.

While the great outdoors are the main reason to visit Park City, the arts are a great reason to linger a little longer. This winter, the lineup of arts events and an abundance of local galleries provide plenty of après entertainment following your time on the slopes.

CREATE PC showcases the unique, vibrant work of local artists in a pop-up studio and gallery sponsored by the Arts Council of Park City and Summit County. It will remain open through the winter 12–6 p.m. daily. 544 Main Street,

Another Arts Council project, BRAND PC, will also pop up for the holidays to feature local makers and their products through December 24, 12–7 p.m., at the Outlets at Park City. 6699 N Landmark Drive, Unit K110,

The Park City Gallery Stroll is a great way to meander through Main Street and take in the wide range of art on view, from natural landscapes to cutting-edge contemporary work, 6–9 p.m. on the last Friday of every month.

Historic Park City’s annual Snow Globe Stroll returns to Main Street through January 5, with the oversize globes adding extra winter scenes to the regular seasonal views.

Kimball Art Center hosts concurrent shows through January that feature landscape and carbon-based paintings that respond to the urgency of local wildfires and climate change, and a film examination of the historically Black neighborhood of Watts in Los Angeles. 1251 Kearns Blvd, 435-649-8882,

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