Arts and Culture

Park City Municipal

The Park City City Council had a lengthy discussion about affordable housing at the future arts and culture district at their meeting on Thursday night. KPCW’s Sean Higgins has more on what the council ended up agreeing and disagreeing on:


The sticker shock of the price of affordable housing at the future arts and culture district continues to be a hard pill to swallow for a number of members of the Park City City Council.


Park City Municipal

The Park City City Council continued discussion on the future arts and culture district and approved new dark sky regulations for commercial and residential lighting at their meeting Thursday night.


While the arts and culture district’s ballooning price tag and other aspects of the project like affordable housing have been getting the majority of the attention so far in 2021, how Park City’s transportation infrastructure will be integrated into the project is another important part.


Mountain Money - November 23, 2020

Nov 23, 2020

This morning, (1:16) Katie Wilking Director at Cushman Wakefield provided Mountain Money with insight about what has been happening in the commercial real estate market.

(11:04) Brian Richards, Executive Director of Mountain Town Music, joined the hosts this morning to talk about impacts of COVID-19 on the local music industry.

Cada Domingo - Rebeca Martell

Aug 23, 2020

We Continue our series about the 2019 Binational Journey for artists of Mexican ancestry based in the United States by The Mexican Government organization IME (Institute for Mexicans in the Exterior) where they invited 43 artists representing 36 states in the U.S. 

Mountain Money - July 13, 2020

Jul 13, 2020

Today Mountain Money spoke with (1:15) Kate Shindle, President of the Actors' Equity Association to talk about the impact of shutting down Broadway theatres through early January.

 (23:13) America’s 1.3 million charitable nonprofits will be called upon to meet increasing needs in communities due to COVID-19 and economic impacts on families.  Kate Rubalcava (Ru-bal-ca-va), with the Utah non-profits Association joins Mountain Money this morning to talk about Utah nonprofits are faring and how listeners can help.

Arts Council's Pop Up Shops a Success

Feb 17, 2020

The Director of Park City Summit County Arts Council, Jocelyn Skudder, shares with Mountain Money the successes seen at their two "pop-up" shops on Main Street.

Gloria Arredondo with Guests:
Marcela Fiorimonti & Mario Veroni - Mentes Activas
Elizabeth Cruz - Poet
Aaron Garcia - Poet

We discuss a week-long event starting November 1st and ending November 8th to celebrate the Global Mexican Week
The 52 Literary Challenges are unveiled, as well as a workshop for writing "Calaveras Literarias", humorous poems mocking death.
6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Glendale Branch City Library
1375 S Concord st.
Salt Lake City, Utah 84104

To submit your own Literary Skeleton poem:

Jorge Arellano​, Izinfinita​

Nopalera Artist Collective

We discussed the exhibit at the Urban Arts Gallery at the Gateway Mall in Salt Lake city. The Nopalera Artist Collective includes Latinx and Immigrant artists with a focus on activism for causes of social interest for the Latino community

The exhibit is now open, closing event will take place on July 27th from  5pm to 8pm, open to the public



Grace Mikal Patton PCHS

A Park City High School student has won the Utah award in this year’s Doodle 4 Google Contest.  The theme was “What Inspires You”.  Grace Mikal Patton is a 10th grader at Park City High School and her artwork submission has been selected to represent Utah  in the national contest.  Carolyn Murray has this:  

The organizers for Project ABC -- that's "Arts, Beauty, and Culture" -- held a five-hour work session last week. They say they're trying to understand the impact of the arts in the county, and seek to chart a future for it. Rick Brough has more.

Arts Council Begins Master Planning

Apr 20, 2017

The Sense of an Ending from director Ritesh Batra, is a tale of past and present, regret and redemption. Her is Barbara Bretz with today's Friday Film Review.

The 2016 Sundance Film Festival brought money, jobs and tax revenues to Utah according to a new study by University of Utah economists. Leslie Thatcher has more.

The full report can be found here.