Kimball Art Center is the only nonprofit in the state of Utah committed to providing consistent art education in public schools. Every year, our programs and outreach impact more than 15,000 students. That’s vital because we know creativity is just as critical as literacy. Research shows an arts education helps develop creative-problem solving skills, increases test scores, and nurtures self-confidence, compassion, and imagination.
Our educational programs and outreach are funded by donations from people like you, along with support from community partners. If you believe art plays a critical role in learning, please consider supporting Kimball Art Center.
The Academic Resources for Teachers and Students (A.R.T.S) is a free program developed by Kimball Art Center staff to provide cross-curriculum visual art lessons for Utah students in grades K-12.
Elementary Visual Arts (EVA)
Elementary Visual Arts (EVA) aims to share the visual arts with elementary school students in the Park City School District. Kimball Art Center partners with the Park City Education Foundation to bring this high-quality visual art curriculum into elementary schools.
After School Programs
Kimball Art Center collaborates with area schools to offer a creative space for kids once classes end with our after school programs, Off the ChART and Active8.
Young Artists’ Academy
Young Artists’ Academy (YAA) is a program for teenagers who are dedicated to the study and practice of the visual arts, creative thinking, and creative professions.
Golden Art Club
Kimball Art Center partners with the Park City Senior Center to host weekly Golden Art Club lessons. After a $5 membership fee, Golden Art Club members receive materials and lessons to complete art projects. Lessons are held at the Senior Center, Kimball Art Center or Zoom.