Kimball Art Center

Park City Municipal

The long-awaited Park City Arts and Culture District was the topic of Wednesday’s roundtable discussion with city government.


Park City purchased the five-acre parcel of land at the corner of Kearns Boulevard and Bonanza Drive back in 2017 and officials say despite complications due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, plans are on schedule.



With too many details to work out and too little time, the Kimball Art Center cancelled this year’s Arts Festival.

Event organizers met with the Park City Council last week to see if there was a way that the festival could be held on a smaller scale and would keep artists and the public safe. While council members expressed concern, they seemed willing to move forward with the idea if it could be done safely.

Aldy Milliken

After a national search, the Kimball Art Center’s Board of Directors has named Aldy Milliken to serve as the new Executive Director. He takes over from Jory McOmber who left the center late last year.

Born in Boston, Milliken earned a Fine Art degree from Lewis and Clark College in Portland Oregon. He then moved overseas, living in Indonesia and Hungary, before spending 15 years in Stockholm, Sweden where he operated a contemporary art gallery.

Most recently, for the last eight years, he has served as the Executive Director for KMAC Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.

Today on the Local News Hour: 

( 8:42) - New Kimball Art Center Executive Director Aldy Miliken tells us about himself and why he wanted this job that he starts July 1st.

( 22:52) - Made in Park City Founder Abby Hatch has details on her new brand.

( 35:08) - Park City Education Foundation Associate Director of Communication and Development Jen Billow has an update on teacher grants and the McGuire Family Foundation Student Service Award.

Summit County Council member Roger Armstrong and Deputy Health Director Phil Bondurant have a recap of Wednesday’s meeting and an explanation of the stay at home order that goes into effect tonight at midnight. Park City Trails and Open Space Manager Heinrich Deters discusses the results of the e-bike survey and Kimball Art Center Communications and Marketing Director Amy Roberts has details about the center's online offerings to help the community creatively quarantine.

Kimball Art Center and Mark Maziarz


The Park City Council will discuss potential changes to the Kimball Arts Festival Thursday, including freeing the festival for all attendees and expanding the festival’s footprint to more of Main Street. 



Kimball Art Center and Mark Maziarz

After a test run this year “freeing the fest” for Summit County residents, the Kimball Arts Festival is looking to remove admission fees for all attendees for next year’s festival. 

The Executive Director for the Kimball Arts Center has announced he’s leaving that position.    Jory Macomber headed up the Kimball for the past two years.

Macomber has been director of the Art Center since early 2018.   In an e-mail sent to Kimball Art Center members, Macomber said he came to a difficult decision to leave a dynamic and growing organization.

On today’s program, Summit County Public Works Director Derrick Radke and Communications Manager Krachel Murdock talk about the opening of the Jeremy and Pinebrook roundabouts and the start of snowplowing. CEO of Voices of Utah Children Moe Hickey has details on the Talking Kids Tour where they are visiting all 29 counties in the state to discuss issues facing Utah children.

Cool Science Radio speaks with Roger Burrows, a Park City resident and author of several books including, 3D Thinking in Design and Architecture from Antiquity to the Future. Roger joins us today to talk about an upcoming workshop all about labyrinths at the Kimball Art Center on November 17, from 1 - 4:30, where all can experience the history, logic, and creativity behind building a labyrinth. 

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In the summer of 1969 – the summer of Woodstock and the first-ever moon landing,  Park City staged its first arts festival on Main St. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports that one of the those who attended that first year was invited back this year – to sell his art that has been popular throughout the years.

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Preparations are underway for the 50th annual Park City Arts Festival and a number of street closures are planned for Old Town in the next few days.

The Kimball Arts Center has 50 years of experience in planning the annual arts festival on Park City’s Main St. and it’s become a well-oiled machine. For the first time ever, the arts center is offering free admission for all 3 days – to full time Summit County residents, as long as you register and pick up your wristband at the Kearns Blvd. headquarters before you head up to Main St.

Kimball Arts Center

The Kimball Arts Festival is next week. To mark its 50th year of existence, it’s offering free admission to full-time residents of Summit County.

Kimball Arts Marketing and Communications Director Amy Roberts said that rather than just allow free admission on Friday, as they’ve done in the past, locals can get in for all three days of the event, August 2nd to the 4th. She said you should register online before 4 p.m. that Friday.

Kimball Art Center and Mark Maziarz

For its 50th anniversary, the Kimball Arts Festival will “free the Fest” for Summit County residents. 

To celebrate half a century of the arts festival in Park City, Kimball Art Center Marketing Director Amy Roberts says the Center is excited to offer a special perk to locals.

Kimball Art Center

The Kimball Art Center is delving into the art of music—love songs that is—as it sponsors a special fundraising event for Valentine’s Day.

The event, called the Art of Love, takes place on Thursday, the 14th, at 6:00 pm

The Kimball’s Marketing Director Amy Roberts and board member and musician Dan LeMaitre are inviting you to come and compose your own love song.