Park City Summit County Arts Council

Park CIty Summit County Arts Council

Starting this weekend, a local trail will be more colorful, and not just because the leaves are changing. 

 

Art on the Trails is an event sponsored by the Park City Summit County Arts Council in partnership with Basin Recreation. The goal is to get people outside and flex their creative muscles.

 

Summit County residents are invited to create environmentally friendly artwork to place on McLeod Creek Trail between the Copper Moose Farmstand and Temple Har Shalom.

 

Today on the Local News Hour:

(07:16 ) - Park City/Summit County Arts Council Ex. Director Jocelyn Scudder and Park City Mayor Andy Beerman talk about art murals project on Main St.

(22:44) - Park City Manager Matt Dias and Deputy City Manager David Everitt have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including an update on the Arts and Culture District.

(39:01) - Summit County Health Dept. Director Rich Bullough has an update of the COVID-19 situation in Summit County.

Jude Grenney, J Go Gallery

Four large temporary art installations are underway on Park City's Main Street this 4th of July.   

The four 20' by 300' murals are being painted on the street. Executive Director of the Park City Summit County Arts Council, Jocelyn Scudder, says her group saw an opportunity to create public art on the pavement when they realized Park City had closed Main Street to cars for the holiday weekend. The city had also cancelled the traditional 4th of July parade out of concerns about COVID-19. Scudder says that allowed artists to get on the street early in the day.

Park City Summit county Arts

The Park City and Summit County Arts Council organized a remote meeting with all area arts organizations to craft a platform to creatively address ways to make it through the fiscal challenges caused by the county-wide stay at home order.

The new Director of the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation Pitt Grewe talks about his new job and what he hopes to bring to it. Park City Summit County Arts Council Executive Director Jocelyn Scudder has a follow up on Friday's meeting with arts organizations about how to move forward from being shut down.

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.

The Park City Summit County Arts Council is producing an art show this Presidents Day weekend.


Logo for the Project Arts, Beauty, Culture that the Park City Summit County Arts Council Completed in 2018
PCSC Arts Council

The Park City Summit County Arts Council is holding a meeting tomorrow morning as part of implementation of their masterplan. The speakers and theme of the meeting will regard places and programming. 

Park City Summit County Arts

Locals can experience two of the community’s favorite pastimes—exploring nature and appreciating art—at an event organized by the Park City Summit County Arts Council Saturday. 

Park City Summit County Arts Council Managing Director Jocelyn Scudder says she hopes this Saturday’s Art on the Trails strikes awe in participants.

Summit County residents who are interested in shaping or participating in future arts and culture initiatives can join the conversation at the 2019 Park City Summit County Arts Summit Friday. 

The Arts Summit stems from the Project ABC Cultural Plan for Summit County, which recommends hosting an annual meeting for the local arts and culture community to brainstorm improvements and celebrate achievements. Jocelyn Scudder, Park City Summit County Arts Council Managing Director, says the summit isn’t just for artists.

On today’s #LocalNewsHour, Park City Summit County Arts Council Managing Director Jocelyn Scudder and Project ABC Director Jake McIntyre have an update on next week’s Community Convening. Park City Council member Becca Gerber discusses affordable housing and shares what she learned from community members at the State of the City address.

Park City Summit County Arts Council

BRANDed PC is once again coming up for the holiday season, this time for five days on Park City’s Main Street. It aims to salute local creative entrepreneurs.

The event will take place Tuesday through Saturday at 268 Main Street, at the O.P. Rockwell location—specifically, in the Rockwell Room over the lounge.

It is organized by the Park City Summit County Arts Council. Managing Director Jocelyn Scudder talked about the pop-up shop.

PCSC Arts Council

The Park City Summit County Arts Council is encouraging residents to experience art in nature.

The Art on the Trails event happens this Saturday from 1:00 to 4:00 pm and takes place on McCloud Creek Trail. PCSC Director of Programs and Engagement Jocelyn Scudder explains the event.

  Tim and Lynn host the monthly arts and culture segment with Nan Gray, local artist and President of the Park City Professional Artist Association and Hadley Dynak from the Park City Summit County Arts Council. 

They talk about the importance of artist collaboration in how they strengthen the connection to art and culture in the Park City area. 

 

 

After seeing through a year-long process to strengthen the arts and culture county-wide, the executive director of the Park City Summit County Arts Council Hadley Dynak is leaving. 

Dynak has spent 2 years leading the local arts council. In an email sent to supporters of the organization, Dynak says she and her family have decided to return to the Bay Area where they lived prior to moving to Park City in 2013.

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