Scene clips May 8-11 |

Scene clips May 8-11

Free photography classes

Landscape and wildlife photographer David C. Schultz, owner of West Light Images, will host two free mini photography classes in Park City on May 18 and May 25 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The classes will meet at the West Light Images gallery, 738 Main Street, at 6 p.m. and then walk across the street to High West Distillery for the class. The May 18 class will cover basics on digital photography with an emphasis on understanding options for controlling exposure and histograms. The May 25 class will focus on digital photo editing. To reserve a spot, call 645-8414 or stop by the gallery. ARTSPARK summer camp An exciting ARTSPARK camp featuring clay work, kite-making, painting, drawing and printmaking will be held at Spiro Arts at Silver Star June 7-11 from 9 a.m. to noon. Young artists ages 8 to 12 will be taught by state-certified art teachers and artists Susan Parker and Justin Parisi-Smith. The cost is $200 and includes all supplies. For more information, call Susan Parker at 802-878-7426. To register, log on to and click on summer workshops.

Youth music opportunities

As part of its mission to provide Summit County youth with music opportunities and education, Mountain Town Music is soliciting bands ages 7 to 18 to perform this summer at the Frontier Bank Community Concert Series at Deer Valley on Wednesday evenings and at The Park Silly Sunday Market. Interested bands should send an email with a link to music or MP3s to If your child is not in a band, but would like to be, Mountain Town Music, in association with, is presenting a series of one-week rock or jazz music day camps this summer. For details, visit .

Home concert series

Mountain Town Music will present guitarist Chris Proctor on Saturday, May 15, as part of the Mountain Home Concert Series. Proctor’s style contains elements of folk, jazz, pop, and classical music. He has been compared to legends such as Leo Kottke and Michael Hedges. Lewis and Adam Warshauer will host the concert at their home in The Oaks starting at 6 p.m. The cost is a suggested $20 donation. For more information and to RSVP, go to

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