Sculptures, including works by Arthur Coccaro, above, photography, paintings and textile art will be part of the Arts Council of Park City & Summit County’s in-person 2022 Winter Arts Showcase from March 18-20 at the Utah Film Studios.
Courtesy of the Arts Council of Park City & Summit County

After pivoting the annual Winter Arts Showcase onto a virtual platform last year due to COVID-19 concerns, the Arts Council of Park City & Summit County and the Park City Professional Artists Association will present the exhibit in-person this year.

The event, which is free and open to the public, will run from March 18-20 at the Utah Film Studios, 4001 Kearns Blvd., said Jocelyn Scudder, Arts Council of Park City & Summit County executive director.

“We were actually supposed to host this in February over Presidents Day weekend, but while we were planning, there was the omicron surge,” she said.

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PARIS (AP) — From the dizzying heights of the Pompidou Center to the lofty halls of the Musee d’Orsay, Paris fashion houses showed off the city’s most monumental art museums on Monday as they near the finish line of ready-to-wear collections.

Guests watched as vibrant fall-winter styles snaked in between marble sculptures, avant-garde installations and Oscar-winning celebrities on the season’s penultimate day.

Not only was Stella McCartney one of the first brands to stage a show atop the French National Museum of Modern Art — but the collection itself was inspired by a contemporary artist.


Louis Vuitton, meanwhile, attracted the stars — including actors Emma Stone, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Connelly and Alicia Vikander — to designer Nicolas Ghesquiere’s study in adolescent experimentations.

Here are some highlights:

A TALE OF TWO STELLAS

Stella McCartney leaned into a ’70s aesthetic with pizazz for fall-winter by using a namesake — U.S. artist Frank

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In this award-winning photo on display at the ‘Female in Focus’ exhibition at the Green Space Miami, Thandiwe Muriu, who grew up in Kenya, captures the beadwork in hair inspired by the beads she often wore as a child.

Maggie Steber has traveled to 71 countries as an award-winning photographer.

She has taken photos of a guerrilla war in Zimbabwe. In Haiti, she witnessed the atrocities of the end of the Duvalier regime. And she was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for her years-long project documenting the world’s youngest face transplant recipient, an 18-year-old girl who underwent the procedure in Cleveland.

But the photos that mean the most to her are of her mother, Madje Steber, who was diagnosed with dementia at 80. The daughter of a single mother, Steber took care of her over a nine-year period and documented her mother’s decline through her photography, “Madje Has Dementia.” She died

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The Art Dealers Association Of America’s (ADAA) annual fair, “The Art Show” returns to The Park Avenue Armory from Nov. 3-7 and will feature 72 curated exhibitions.

The Art Show is showcasing top art galleries in the United States and will feature over 400 years of paintings, sculpture works on paper, textile art, and photography. Allowing visitors to see more than 40 solo exhibitions, including rare and never-before-seen works. 

“There are so many wonderful exhibitions planned by the galleries and more than half of the fair is devoted to solo artist exhibitions,” said Maureen Bray, ADAA’s Executive Director. “Some highlights include, Corbett vs. Dempsey’s showcase of drawings by Emilio Cruz and canvases by Omar Velázquez—both of different generations of the broader Caribbean diaspora, their work engages

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