Park City, Utah has announced the appointment of a new member to its Arts District Committee. The former executive director of the Kimball Art Center and a prominent figure from the Sundance Film Festival have been selected to serve on the committee tasked with overseeing the city’s art initiatives.
The newly appointed committee member is a seasoned arts professional, having spent over two decades in leadership roles within the art world. During her tenure as executive director of the Kimball Art Center, she oversaw the organization’s expansion and growth into a nationally recognized center for contemporary art.
Prior to her role at the Kimball Art Center, she was a key figure at the Sundance Film Festival, where she served as managing director and director of operations for many years. Her extensive experience in the arts and entertainment industries makes her an ideal candidate to help guide Park City’s Arts District.
The Arts District Committee is responsible for managing and promoting the arts within Park City, with a focus on supporting local artists and arts organizations. The committee oversees a range of initiatives, including public art installations, arts festivals and events, and educational programs for artists of all ages.
The appointment of the new committee member has been welcomed by members of the Park City arts community. Many have praised her extensive experience and knowledge of the arts, noting that she will be a valuable asset to the committee and the city as a whole.
Overall, the appointment of the former Kimball Art Center executive and Sundance figure to Park City’s Arts District Committee is a promising development for the city’s arts initiatives. With her expertise and leadership, the committee is well-positioned to continue supporting the growth and development of the arts in Park City for years to come.