Scene Clips for February 1, 2006
Interested in helping some kids? Arts-Kids needs volunteers to help with its after school educational programs from 2:45-5:45 p.m. Volunteers are at all the Park City elementary schools on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and at Ecker Hill Middle School on Wednesday.
Volunteers should have a love for kids and an appreciation for artistic expression, and additionally, volunteers will need to commit to one day a week through April 20. For more information or to sign up, call Pat at 615-7878 or e-mail pat
Kimball exhibits opening this week
The Sundance Institute has cleared out the Kimball Art Center to make way for a series of new exhibits.
Today, local artist Greg Ragland will open an installation, "Movement Within Spaces," featuring mixed media paintings and sculptures, in the Kimball’s Badami Gallery, while, upstairs in the Garage Gallery Salt Lake City photographer Adam Clark will present his backcountry skiing and snowboarding pictures.
Saturday, the art center will open "Ray Atkeson’s Ski & Snow Country," an exhibition of photographs by Atkeson, in the Main Gallery. That exhibit is presented in conjunction with the Alf Engen Ski Museum.
All of the exhibitions will run through March 5; the Kimball is free and open to the public. For more information about the exhibits there, visit http://www.kimball-art.org or call 649-8882.
Utah Music Festival announces new community orchestra program
This past week, the Utah Music Festival and the Park City School of Music announced the launch of a community-wide, youth and adult orchestra and choir.
The Park City/Summit County Youth Orchestra and Choir will be open to all musicians from the fifth grade through adult amateurs. There will be two divisions of ensembles featuring less and more experienced players. The program will seek to give motivated students and amateurs an additional musical outlet for their efforts.
A fee of between $100 and $200 per semester will be charged for music, venue rentals, and professional coaches and conductors. A higher level of participation will allow for lower fees. Scholarships will be available on a financial need basis.
For information and to register for the winter/spring semester, please call: 658-4943 or e-mail the orchestra and choir’s office at utahmusic
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