Clips for July 23-25
July 22, 2008
On the last Friday of each month, the Kimball Art Center and the Park City Gallery Association present the Park City Gallery Stroll. Kick off the stroll at the Kimball Art Center, 638 Park Avenue, with hors d’oeuvres and live music starting at 5 p.m. As a nonprofit community art center, voluntary contributions of $7 are accepted at the Kimball. The Gallery Stroll is complimentary and runs until 9 p.m. Gallery Stroll maps are available at all participating galleries, including the Kimball Art Center. For more information, contact 435-649-8882 or visit a participating gallery.
"Summerween in Space" 2008
The eight annual over-the-top costume party Saturday, Summerween, costs $50 per person and takes place at the Aztec Art Ranch in Brown’s Canyon. The all-night festival is a celebration of Halloween in the summer and organizers are offering free shuttle rides to and from the venue. The theme for 2008 is space. Free shuttles to and from festivities the event at The Yard on Kearns. It will start at 9 p.m. For ticket information or to help with cleanup, call 435-647-0271 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . For more information go to summerween.com.
Summer Contra Dance at the Rockport Old Church
Dance to live traditional music in the historic and newly renovated Old Church at Rockport State Park. Contra dancing is a form of traditional dancing that has been enjoyed for hundreds of years in Europe, England, and North America. The Summer Contra Dance is held in conjunction with the Mountain Spirit Heritage Festival. Festival admission ($5/person or $12/carload) includes admission to the dance. Contact Dani (email@example.com, 435-336-2576) or Sharon (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Friday, July 25, 7 p.m. 9:30 p.m. The Old Church at Rockport State Park is in Wanship. For more info visit http://www.uintaheadwaters.org.
"Adventures of Power," Sundance Institute Outdoor Festival
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The free Sundance Outdoor Film Festival screening of "Adventures of Power" begins at sundown, around 9 p.m., Friday in City Park. "Adventures of Power along with the short film "The Loss of a Wrestling Match." Adventures of Power (2008), directed by Ari Gold is family friendly, organizers say. The film is about a New Mexico mine worker named Power who sets out to change the world through his love of drums without really knowing how to play. Power finds himself in an air-drum competition as his fellow mine workers fight for their rights back home in this hilarious and charming tale of a man and his passion to chase dreams. Parts of "Adventures of Power" in Helper. "The Loss of a Wrestling Match" (2007), was directed by a student at Brigham Young University.