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Kimball Art Center debuts first exhibit in new space

PARK CITY, Utah. — Kimball Art Center will host its first exhibit in its new temporary space at the YARD, at 1251 Kearns Blvd, starting tomorrow and running through June 13th. Entry to the exhibit, which is entitled “When the Evening Has Passed and Tomorrow Comes,” is free and COVID guidelines are in place.

“The YARD is where we will further unveil our vision to the community-at-large,” said Aldy Milliken, executive director of Kimball Art Center. “And invite exhibitions that connect with national dialogues in both dynamic and meaningful ways.”

The exhibit features science-fiction and fantasy-inspired work from four vanguard artists: ruby onyinyechi amanze, Nicola López, Cauleen Smith, and Saya Woolfalk.

The YARD is a former warehouse that has been transformed into a museum-quality space with new flooring, lighting, and walls. The space is over 9,000 square feet and will host four galleries, four education studios, and an event-friendly cafe space.

More information about tours and the exhibit can be found on the Kimball Art Center website.

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