Photography Tips

Take Your Action Photos to the Next Level

Professional outdoor lifestyle and adventure sports photographer Louis Arevalo shares insights on capturing dynamic shots in the mountains.

11/15/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Things To Do

6 Arts & Culture Picks for November

Discover unique photography, groove out with the King of Telluride bluegrass, and summit Myanmar's highest peak--all without leaving Park City this November.

10/29/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Music

From Backstage at Park City Live to the Spotlight

How Connor Burns is channeling a unique perception of sound into a budding career as a DJ.

08/21/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Music

Utah's Newest Music Festival Aims to Create Intimate Experiences on the Big Stage

Created by singer-songwriters for singer-songwriters, TrouBeliever creates a space where "songs themselves will take center stage and be the stars."

07/26/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Public Art

The Backstory Behind Park City's Cool, New Public Art Piece

Street artist Bisco Smith and local youth turn a utilitarian transportation route into a immersive art experience.

06/18/2018 By Larry Warren

Design

Behind the Scenes: Getting to Know 3 Über-talented Park City Artisans

Three Park City–based jewelry designers share how their work, inspiration, and style are firmly rooted in their mountain locale.

06/18/2018 By Darby Doyle

Community

Call to Artists: Artwork for South Summit Services Building

Summit County Public Art Advisory Board seeks artists to propose a concept for highly creative three-dimensional artwork to be placed on the interior of the ...

06/06/2018

Community

Call for Artists: Utility Box Public Art EmPOWERment Project

Park City Municipal Corporation is currently accepting submissions for artwork to beautify ten utility boxes.

05/10/2018

Film

Why "Believer" is THE Must-See Sundance Doc for All Utahns

Dan Reynolds of the band Imagine Dragons makes a heartfelt plea for change.

01/23/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Photos

Inside the Glitz and Glam of Sundance Opening Night

Artists shared their Sundance stories the festival's first evening at Artist at the Table.

01/22/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Pass the Popcorn

Slamdance to Feature a Film by One of Its Own

Sundance's now-famous feeder fest will end with the star-studded Bernard and Huey, a film written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Jules Feiffer and directed by Slam...

01/12/2018 By Melissa Fields

Only In Park City

The Most Epic Way to Experience Sundance Opening Night

Book your seat for "An Artist At The Table," an unforgettable evening of entertainment and fine dining in support of the arts.

12/28/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Music

Tickling The Ivories With Park City's Local Piano Man

Dean Adair on living the rock-and-roll lifestyle.

12/15/2017 By Steve Phillips

Out of the Park

You Need to Visit These Incredible Land Art Pieces in Utah

Experiencing Utah’s monumental Spiral Jetty and Sun Tunnels.

12/15/2017 By Tiffini Porter

Interview

MC Yogi Talks Music, Art, and Yoga

Hip-hop musician and yogi, MC Yogi talks about his new book "Spiritual Graffiti" and how he combines music, art, and yoga into a spiritual lifestyle.

10/13/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Interviews

A Conversation With Robert Earl Keen

Ahead of his show at O.P. Rockwell, acclaimed singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen shares his inspirations and insights into his inimitable music.

10/04/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Interviews

Local Artist Jimmi Toro Brings Color and Chaos to the Kimball Art Center

Toro's "Kindle a Light" exhibit runs from September 1 to November 26, 2017 at the Kimball Art Center.

09/01/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Slideshow

Best In Show: Kimball Arts Festival 2017

Congrats to all the artists and especially these winners of the "Best in Show" awards.

08/07/2017 Photography by Blake Peterson / Kimball Art Center

Arts

A Park City Kimball Arts Festival How-To

Making the most of Park City's annual celebration of art, music, performance, and food.

08/02/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Interviews

An Homage to the Music of Prince

Prince interpreter/vocalist Marshall Charloff speaks about challenges of bringing the music of the beloved artist to life.

07/19/2017 By Michaela Wagner