NEWS: September Happenings @ Kimball Art CenteR (PARK CITY)

Photo by Blake Peterson
Dear Valued Members & Supporters, 
The 48th Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival was a success! Thank you to everyone who made it possible, including the Kimball staff, Park City Municipal, the 355 volunteers who donated over 2,100 hours, the Festival sponsors and, of course, all the artists who participated. We had an increase in attendance over last year and an overwhelmingly positive response from artists and attendees. As it was my first Festival, I was amazed and inspired by the enormity of the event and how everyone came together to make it happen. I’m looking forward to next year’s Festival taking place August 3-5, 2018
September brings us Celebration of the Arts, a two-day event held at the stunning Red Cliff Ranch in Heber. Join us on Saturday, September 16th and Sunday, September 17th to shop for art by local artists, enjoy live music and fun for the whole family, including kids’ art activities, lasso lessons and pony rides on Saturday. Don’t miss this fun community event and fundraiser for the Kimball. 
Happy Creating,
Lindsie Smith
Story Time Art for Tots
Thursday, September 7, 14, 21 & 28
3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Join us at the Kimball Art Center every Thursdayafternoon from 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. for Story Time Art for Tots. This free, weekly program brings art to the community and inspires young children to express their creativity. We will read a book each week and lead tots in an art project themed around the story. This is programmed for ages 3 - 5, but kids of all ages are welcome to participate. Parents stick around and join in on the fun! All tots need adult supervision during the reading and art project.
Celebration of the Arts
Saturday & Sunday, September 16 & 17 
Red Cliff Ranch invites you to year two of Celebration of the Arts, a festival that benefits the Kimball Art Center. Spend the day at the beautiful Red Cliff Ranch, purchase art from local Utah artists and enjoy live music on the Pavilion stage. Saturday there will be activities for the whole family to enjoy including lasso lessons, pony rides and art projects. Food will be for purchase by R&R BBQ and Lori Tolbert Catering. The event is free and open to the public, but please RSVP on our website to be entered into an opportunity drawing for one of five $100 gift certificates to be used toward any art purchase.
Wine & Watercolor @ Old Town Cellars
Heather Stamenov
Wednesday, September 20 
Relax and create with us at Old Town Cellars and enjoy a truly unique creative experience. Heather will teach basic watercolor techniques that anyone can conquer. Every participant will leave with at least one watercolor piece that they are proud of. Wine, spirits and food will be available for purchase during the class. Bring a friend, a group or come on your own and have fun! 21+ only.
Register for Fall & Winter Classes
Explore all the new classes we are offering and register online 
Immerse yourself or your child in painting, drawing, ceramics, mosaics, digital photography, printmaking, collage, fiber arts and more this fall and winter.
We are offering our classic Kimball holiday favorites such as Fused Glass Ornaments and Gingerbread House Sculptures as well as kicking off a new partnership with Old Town Cellars. Make your creating a social activity with our 21+ Sip & Sketch and Watercolor & Wine.
Jimmi Toro: Kindle A Light
Main Gallery: September 1 - November 26
Jimmi Toro’s new multi-media exhibition is inspired by Carl Jung’s observation that, “As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.” Toro is a Salt Lake City-based painter, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and music producer. In Kindle a Light, he brings together all of these creative pursuits to present an immersive experience for the viewer. 
Learn more here
Member Spotlight: Kai Beckett
Purchase Kai's work in our Gift Shop
Kai Beckett has been a Kimball Clay Studio Member for over 3 years and is passionate about creating ceramic masterpieces on the wheel and experimenting with glazing techniques.
He is known in the studio for his extremely delicate work, a contrast with his other passion, karate. Kai's work is for sale in our Gift Shop through September. Come support a local maker and go home with a one-of-a-kind piece.
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