Street artist Bisco Smith and local youth turn a utilitarian transportation route into a immersive art experience.
Three Park City–based jewelry designers share how their work, inspiration, and style are firmly rooted in their mountain locale.
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 ...
Park City Municipal Corporation is currently accepting submissions for artwork to beautify ten utility boxes.
Dan Reynolds of the band Imagine Dragons makes a heartfelt plea for change.
Artists shared their Sundance stories the festival's first evening at Artist at the Table.
Pass the Popcorn
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...
Only In Park City
Book your seat for "An Artist At The Table," an unforgettable evening of entertainment and fine dining in support of the arts.
Dean Adair on living the rock-and-roll lifestyle.
Out of the Park
Experiencing Utah’s monumental Spiral Jetty and Sun Tunnels.
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.
Ahead of his show at O.P. Rockwell, acclaimed singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen shares his inspirations and insights into his inimitable music.
Toro's "Kindle a Light" exhibit runs from September 1 to November 26, 2017 at the Kimball Art Center.
Congrats to all the artists and especially these winners of the "Best in Show" awards.
Blake Peterson / Kimball Art Center
Making the most of Park City's annual celebration of art, music, performance, and food.
Prince interpreter/vocalist Marshall Charloff speaks about challenges of bringing the music of the beloved artist to life.
Three artists created a collaborative piece and offered live painting at the annual music festival.
Through VR, Parkite Danfung Dennis hopes to finally tap into a storyteller’s ultimate prize: empathy.
The ’70s trend is back but in a form that’s anything but old school.
A new take on the work of famed sculptor Richard Serra.