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Kimball Art Center Park city

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Kimball Art Center
638 park avenue
Park city
UT
84060
Tel: 435 649 8882

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The Kimball Art Center is Park City's non-profit community art center. For 30 years, the Kimball has provided a venue for Park City residents and visitors alike to experience the visual arts in an intimate setting. The Kimball produces exciting exhibits and activities for all art lovers, including a full-scale education program, popular art events such as the Park City Gallery Stroll, and fun large scale events such as the Park City Kimball Arts Festival. Visit us, and see what discoveries await you. The Kimball is your community art center.
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    I donated $10.00 upon entering for my wife and I, which was very reasonable. I was very disappointed with the galleries. One upstairs was in progress and not ready to view and the downstairs was "street art" only it was painted on canvases and plastic toy trains it was pretty sad.. I really enjoy great street art only this was not street art it was tagged toys and posters??? the center felt empty with very little to see it took about 5 minutes to walk through the whole center. I think they should have invested less money into the downtown location...Read More

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    We spent a great 45 minutes looking at the very well-designed exhibit on clocks. It sounds like it might not be interesting, but it was beautifully done. The staff was very kind and welcoming. It is a $5 suggested donation, which we gave happily. It's small, but very worth-while. There is a great little coffee shop adjacent to the art center that has a great ambiance.

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by Robert Babbe

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I donated $10.00 upon entering for my wife and I, which was very reasonable. I was very disappointed with the galleries. One upstairs was in progress and not ready to view and the downstairs was "street art" only it was painted on canvases and plastic toy trains it was pretty sad.. I really enjoy great street art only this was not street art it was tagged toys and posters??? the center felt empty with very little to see it took about 5 minutes to walk through the whole center. I think they should have invested less money into the downtown location and more into providing the public with real art galleries... Hope things improve very disappointing

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