May Arts & Culture Calendar @ PCSC

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MONSTER DRAWING RALLY

Kimball Art Center
Park City, UT

June 1
6-9:30pm


Mark your calendars and plan to attend the first ever Park City Monster Drawing Rally. It is a live drawing event and party that allows spectators to spy on the creative process, build relationships with local artists, and grow their art collections. Local artists will create work in real time, all available for a set purchase price of $50. Admission is $20 in advance/$25 at the door. Live music. Light bites. Cash bar. Plan on it.
 
 
LATINO ARTS FESTIVAL

Park City Library
Park City, UT

June 3
3-8pm


Join in this celebration of the beauty and colors of the Latino culture. Enjoy live music, artwork expressing the Latino heritage, folkloric dance, film, and food. This is a FREE event presented by the Christian Center Park City in partnership with the PCSC Arts Council, the Park City Library, the Summit County Library, KPCW, and the Sundance Institute.
 
 
PARK CITY FILM SERIES

Jim Santy Auditorium
Park City, UT

1255 Park Avenue
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 6pm

 

Films this Month
April 28-30: Personal Shopper
May 5-7: This Beautiful Fantastic
May 6: Babe - 4pm
May 11: God Knows Where I am
May 12-14: The Zookeeper's Wife
May 13: April and the Extraordinary World - 4pm
May 18: What the Health - 7pm
May 19-21: Frantz
May 21: Hedda Gabler: National Theatre Live - 2pm
May 25: Dying in Vein: The Opiate Generation - 6pm 

STAND-UP COMEDY

Egyptian Theatre
Park City, UT
326 Main St


May 5 - 68pm

Two headlining comedians take the stage - Stewart Huff & Greg Warren – for a genuine night just for laughs.

EMMA - A POP MUSICAL

Egyptian Theatre
Park City, UT
326 Main St


May 127pm
May 132pm and 7pm


Based on Jane Austen's classic novel, this sparkling new musical presented by the Egyptian YouTheatre features the hit songs of legendary girl groups and iconic female singers from The Supremes to Katy Perry! 

BEAUTY & THE BEAST

Egyptian Theatre
Park City, UT

326 Main St

May 25 - June 4
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm
Sundays at 6pm


Be our guest! You’ll be swept into the romantic fairy tale of the Beast who could only be saved by love. All of your favorite characters and music, as well as Broadway's soaring new songs from Alan Menken and Tim Rice. Presented by the Ziegfeld Theatre.

BALLET WEST

Eccles Center for Performing Arts
Park City, UT
1750 Kearns Blvd

May 131pm and 6pm

Peggy Bergmann Ballet West Academy Park City presents their Spring Showcase for 2017, featuring all ages and styles of dance.
 This year's recital will highlight the Ballet Department in Cinderella. 

EGYPTIAN THEATRE

Park City, UT
326 Main St


May 18 - 20: Hot Tuna Acoustic Duo
8-10pm

Living legends Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, former members of Jefferson Airplane, bring their bluesy fusion of rock, free rhythmic techniques, and a collected timbre of instruments to our intimate stage.
 

DEJORIA CENTER

Kamas, UT
970 N. State Road 32

April 29: 8-10pm Sinbad 
May 57-10pm Karaoke Night 
May 67-10pm Bar J. Wranglers

PARK CITY 
FARMERS MARKET

Park City, UT
4000 Canyons Resort Dr

Every Wednesday May - October
Opening Day: May 24
12-6pm


Join in kicking off the Farmer's Market season. Stop by to support local artists, vendors, and enjoy fresh produce from farms across Utah and don't miss the Grand Opening performance by Rich Wyman. More than an award-winning artist, accomplished songwriter, and amazing pianist, Rich Wyman is a first-rate showman with a faithful following around the world. An unstoppable creative force, Wyman is the recipient of 10 ASCAP Awards and is also an acclaimed music and film composer. He has worked with top names in the music industry and is a passionate performer dedicated to creating original rock piano with soulful music and direct lyrics.

COPPER MOOSE OPEN HOUSE

Park City, UT
Old Ranch Road

May 201-3pm

This Open House is the one and only time each year that Copper Moose opens up the farm to the community at large. Learn about growing practices, meet the farmers and bee keeper, and check out the greenhouse and hoop houses. Zone appropriate seedlings will be for sale and other local Food Partners will be onsite with incredible foods for sale, so plan on grabbing lunch!  Ride your bike, your horse, pile in the car, what ever - but bring the whole family (minus your 4 footed friends...)!

PARK CITY MUSEUM

Park City, UT
528 Main Street
Open Mon-Sat: 10-7pm, Sun: 12-6pm

Preserving, protecting, and promoting Park City's history & heritage. Exhibits include a scale model of a late 19th century Mega Mine, an original car from the world's only Skier Subway, and an exploration of the great wealth divide between miners and mine owners. 
 

Prohibition Lecture
May 45-6pm

To facilitate the Park City Museum Tozer Gallery’s presentation of “Spirited: Prohibition in America,” historian and journalist John Feinauer will present not only on the famously brief era of dry America, but on the important figures and events that preceded it. He’ll explore the roots of the anti-liquor movement in nineteenth-century temperance societies and track its evolution through Prohibition and its eventual repeal. Feinauer will also tell the story of Utah’s role in the fight against alcohol, one which remains as relevant as ever 100 years later. 
 
 
KIMBALL ART CENTER

Park City, UT
1401 Kearns Blvd.

Open Mon-Fri: 10-5pm, Sat & Sun: 12-5pm
FREE

Cafe Exhibit
March 27 - May 21st
Art Starts Here: A KAC Exhibitor Showcase
Art Starts Here is an opportunity to see work by eight of of the Kimball Art Center instructors, focused on painting, drawing, and digital pieces including work by Zac Campbell, Nathan Jarvis, Karen Kurka Jensen, Emily Kerr, Jeanne LaRae, Ali Mitchell, Anna Moore, and Heather Stamenov. The exhibition demonstrates the diversity of the passions and talents of the Center's instructors, and celebrates the impact they have on the organization and the larger creative community. 

Main Gallery Exhibit:
April 29 - May 28th
Wasatch Back Student Art Show: A Closer Look 
This annual exhibit showcases the artwork of aspiring young artists, grades K-12, living in Wasatch and Summit Counties. This year's theme is A Closer Look.

ALF ENGEN SKI MUSEUM


Park City, UT
Utah Olympic Park

Open Mon-Sun: 10-6pm

In addition to exhibits on the history of skiing in Utah, the legacy of the 2002 Olympic Games, and science of snow, the Alf Engen Ski Museum is getting ready to unveil its new weather exhibit entitled "The Greatest Snow on Earth" due to be installed May 2017. This exhibit will feature four state-of-the-art interactive displays, enhancing the Museum's educational offerings. Admission is free to the public.

LAST FRIDAY GALLERY STROLL

Park City, UT
Main Street

April 28: 6-9pm
May 266-9pm


The Last Friday Gallery Stroll is a free community event that gives locals and Park City visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while exploring Park City’s exciting art scene. During the Last Friday Gallery Stroll members of the Park City Gallery Association offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits and art events.
 
 
KIMBALL ART CENTER

Park City, UT
1401 Kearns Blvd.


The Kimball Art Center offers a wide variety of classes and camps for all ages and abilities. Browse the class catalog online. May highlights include Nature Mandalas, Welding Workshop, Totally Tie Dye, and Screenprinting on Clay. Summer class and camp registration are now open. 

Each Friday the Kimball Art Center hosts Paint & Draw Open Studio and Kimball Clay Open Studio from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Drawing materials and still life provided along with clay, glaze, and firing in the ceramics studio. If you prefer to paint, bring your own supplies and enjoy a reason to be creative. $10 drop in fee.  

UTAH CONSERVATORY

Park City, UT
4593 Silver Springs Drive

Music instruction for all ages and levels in voice, piano, guitar, cello, drums, trumpet, violin, acting, music theory, and more. Master classes and community performances are also programmed.

FOX SCHOOL OF WINE

Silver Baron Lodge, Park City
2900 Deer Valley Drive East

Casual, fun wine tasting classes guaranteed to get you laughing and learning. Each class gives both the beginner and the experienced wine lover a glimpse into little known stories, facts, and history that make the world of wine so interesting.  Call 435-655-WINE for reservations. 21 and older. 
 

PARK CITY LIBRARY

Park City, UT
1255 Park Avenue

The Park City Library, in the heart of Old Town, offers an outstanding collection of over 70,000 books, e-books, periodicals, audio-visual materials, free public computers, and wireless Internet access. 

Library Art Exhibit:
Beginning April 3rd, artist Ruby Chacón’s exhibit Honoring My Community will be on display at the Park City Library. This collection features her acrylic and oil paintings from 2005-2016 that focus on women. An art lecture and reception will be hosted in June with details being announced soon.

Family Spanish Storytime
We invite everyone, especially young Spanish readers, to a program that explores picture books in Spanish, Spanish rhymes, music, and crafts! Bring the whole family! This program is in Spanish.

Cuentos Familiares. Los Lunes, 6pm. Cuentos familiares (en Español) ven con la familia a sentarse a escuchar cuentos y música. 


SUMMIT COUNTY LIBRARY

Kimball Junction Branch, Park City
1885 W. Ute Blvd.

The Summit County Library’s mission is to foster lifelong learning opportunities and enrich lives through innovative resources and programming. Additional library locations include the Coalville Branch, Kamas Branch, and Bookmobile. Activities by branch can be viewed via the above link. Programs offered include an afterschool homework club, toddler story time, and a knitting club.

The Kimball Junction Branch Library displays rotating art exhibits in its entry hallway. 


National Poetry Month:
April is National Poetry month and on Tuesday, May 2, 6pm at the Kimball Junction Branch, the Library will hold the Sixth Annual Poetry Recitation contest for selected 4th and 5th graders. If a student would like to participate, please have them contact Tori at the Summit County Library 435-615-3903. Students memorize and present a poem of their choice and are judged on accuracy, poetic interpretation and presentation. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners are awarded for each grade level.

 
 
 
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