January Events


Last Friday Gallery Stroll - Last Friday of Every Month

Members of the Park City Gallery Association and The Kimball Arts Center host a Gallery Stroll, as community wide event on the last Friday of every month from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

During the Gallery Stroll, you’ll get a chance to participate in a showcase of artists, exhibitions, and other art events. Join locals and out-of-towners along Park City’s Main Street to take part in a free, self-guided art tour.

As a popular event on Park City’s Main Street, the gallery stroll takes place on the last Friday of every month from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Tour 17 different art galleries along the way and you’ll see why Park City has become one of the nation’s biggest art communities. The Park City Gallery Association sponsors this unique event once a month to give locals and visitors the opportunity to enjoy the work of local artists, special exhibits, and unique art events.

The various galleries that participate in the event each year include the following:

Fatali Gallery – The museum of photography.

Gallery MAR – Park City’s newest and freshest art gallery.

J GO Gallery – Representing contemporary art from the New West.

Julie Nester Gallery – Showcasing contemporary art in the form of paintings, photography, and sculptures.

The Kimball Art Center – Displaying various exhibitions, ranging from travelling museum collections to emerging local artists.

Lund Fine Art – Owned and operated by Allen Lund, the gallery is full of pieces created by talented family artists.

Mangelsen – Featuring images of nature photographed by legendary photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen.


Park City Film Series

As a non-profit organization in Park City, the Park City Film Series (PCFS) features the “best of the best” when it comes to independent films, documentaries, world and local cinemas.

Since October 1999, the PCFS has operated as an independent business that includes a small group of theaters representing 4% of all theaters nationwide. The film series gives avid movie goers a chance to view independent films that they don’t typically see on commercial movie screens.

Located on 1255 Park Avenue in Park City, the film series returns to the Jim Santy Theater in Park City, and organizers and volunteers are looking forward to an exciting 2016 season. Tickets are available at the door, and you can also purchase them online. General admission is $8.00 and $7.00 for students and seniors. You can also purchase a 10-day punch card for $65.00.

In collaboration with the Park City Library, members of the Park City Film Series engage young readers in the art of story telling through film. These free children’s films take place on the first Thursday of each month at 3:00 p.m. at the Coalville Library. You and your kids can also view them on the first Saturday of each month and the Park City and Kimball Junction Libraries.

The PCFS also features programs for emerging filmmakers.

For example, the Annual Filmmakers Showcase show short films created by Utah based filmmakers over the course of three days. Each evening also includes a panel discussion with selected filmmakers and artists around selected themes.


Sundance Film Festival 2016


As one of the main reasons that Park City, Utah has been put on the map, the Sundance Film Festival draws thousands of audience members and dozens of the world’s most talented storytellers and film makers to this annual event. With films, installations, music events, various performances, documentaries, and more, the festival has reached audiences worldwide as it entertains and inspires people while introducing new ways of telling a story with an original voice.

For those wanting to visit Park City Utah, there’s no time more exciting than during the Sundance Film Festival when the entertainment is varied and the snowy season is at its peak for skiing and snowboarding. The Sundance Film Festival is a 10-day long celebration of modern filmmaking and storytelling and attracts independent film makers from all over.

The theaters showcasing the festival’s films all provide Dolby Digital Sound and are projected with Barco D-Cinema projectors to showcase each film to its full capacity. The Sundance Film Festival production crew spares no effort in providing a truly memorable cinematic experience for each audience member and seeks to honor the skill of each filmmaker.

Attracting over 40,000 people each year, it’s important to consider lodging and accommodations with plenty of time to spare. Thankfully, Park City is home to some of the most elegant and comfortable resorts an

d lodges in the country and the winter season is the ideal time to enjoy them. For more information about the where to stay during the Sundance Film Festival, Contact us today


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