As I write this introduction, I can hear hammers banging away while we take down the Jimmi Toro exhibition and the Park City Summit County Arts Council
brings to life BRANDed PC
. Toro’s exhibition inspired artists (especially those in the YAA!), and BRANDed PC will help us connect the Park City makers’ community. These changes fit in with my own transition as the Interim Executive Director/Education Director here at the Kimball.
I have lived in Park City for about three years now, originally moving out here to work for U.S. Ski and Snowboard. The opportunity to work at the Kimball speaks to my knowledge, expertise and passion for community nonprofit leadership and education. I look forward to helping grow the Kimball Art Center over the next few years.
Turns out, this is a busy month to start! BRANDed PC, a pop-up show created by the PCSC Arts Council, will run from December 4-10
in our Main Gallery. After that, we will be hosting a Community Opening for David Habben: Flow
on December 15
that you are all invited to attend. Habben will be accompanied by dancers from the Duhaime Movement Project
; while watching them perform, he will create a new large-scale painting that will be included in the exhibition. Finally, keep an eye out for our Winter & Spring class catalog coming out in early December!
Thank you for the warm welcome and don’t hesitate to reach out at any time!
Interim Executive Director/Education Director