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How To Watch The Olympics

By Tom Kelly
February, 7 2018
How to Watch the Olympics

U.S. Ski & Snowboard is heading to PyeongChang with one of its strongest teams ever. America's Olympic network NBC is planning 24-hour coverage across seven different platforms - the most Winter Olympic programming ever! For the first time ever, NBC will feature live streaming of every event at and on the NBC Sports app. There will be more than 600 hours of broadcast coverage across the NBC network family including 160+ hours on NBC anchored by the nightly Primetime show with Mike Tirico. And for the first time ever, there will be no time delay across the United States for the evening Primetime show. Viewers will also be able to view past live streamed events on demand.

The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team will also bring its fans supplemental coverage with U.S. Ski & Snowboard Studio featuring insightful interviews and behind the scenes action across each of the Team's social media channels.

U.S. Ski & Snowboard Studio
The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Studio is a perfect second screen to the extensive NBC coverage with an insightful look behind the scenes deployed on the Team's social channels.

NBC Where to Watch
NBC is rolling out 24-hour coverage on seven platforms covering every Olympic sport.

  • NBC - featuring NBC Primetime and Primetime Plus coverage live across all time zones with extensive ski and snowboard coverage
  • NBCSN - featuring live primetime coverage plus 24 hour coverage with a focus on ski and snowboard
  • Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA - feature program, live Medals Ceremony coverage and daily highlight show with Jimmy Roberts
  • - featuring live streaming of every event in every sport
  • NBC Sports app - featuring live streaming of every event in every sport
  • CNBC (limited ski and snowboard coverage)
  • USA Network (limited ski and snowboard coverage)

Consult for the most complete daily listings which are subject to change.

Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA
The Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA will provide 20 hours a day of Olympic coverage including live coverage of the daily medal ceremony (5:00 a.m. EST). Among the highlights will be a daily 30-minute studio show with Jimmy Roberts providing features, storytelling, commentary, and highlights, including a “Meet the Olympic Press” segment that will bring together contributing journalists to discuss all the daily news and storylines surrounding PyeongChang. Breaking news will be covered by the Olympic Channel News Service.

Note that daytime scheduled events in PyeongChang actually air the evening prior in the USA. That is noted in live streaming schedule. All schedules are subject to change. This schedule is designed as a highlight only. For full updated schedules go to

NOTE: All times EST. Times and days reflect actual airing in Eastern Standard Time of the United States, which may differ from actual event day in Korea. There is a 14-hour time difference between EST and South Korea. For example, a 10 a.m. event on Saturday morning in South Korea, is 8 p.m. EST on Friday.

NBC Broadcast Listings

U.S. Ski & Snowboard Program Listings

The final individual alpine skiing event features the women's alpine combined where both Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin could battle for gold. Women's big air snowboarding makes its debut with Jamie Anderson the favorite but chased by teammates Hailey Langland, Julia Marino and Jessika Jenson.

3:00-5:00 p.m. Nordic combined relay jump

2:00-5:20 a.m. - Men's parallel giant slalom qualifying
5:20 -7:45 a.m. - Nordic combined relay
7:45-10:45 a.m. - Medal Ceremony

Olympic Channel: Home Of Team USA
5:00-7:00 a.m. - Medal Ceremony (live)
12:00-12:30 p.m. - Winter Olympics Daily with Jimmy Roberts - Live Streaming
2:30-3:10 a.m. - Nordic combined team large hill jump
5:20-6:20 a.m. - Nordic combined 4x5k team event


Team USA will be chasing medals in the men's debut of big air snowboarding with Red Gerard, Chris Corning and Kyle Mack going for gold.

8:00-11:00 p.m. - Alpine team event, big air snowboarding (live), men's parallel GS snowboarding.

12:30-4:00 p.m. - Medals Ceremony, men's 50k classic mass start (live)

Olympic Channel: Home Of Team USA
5:00-7:00 a.m. - Medal Ceremony (live)
12:30-1:00 p.m. - Winter Olympics Daily with Jimmy Roberts - Live Streaming
8:00-9:45 p.m. - Men's big air snowboarding (Saturday)
9:00-10:55 p.m. - Alpine team event (Saturday)
10:00-11:30 p.m. - Parallel giant slalom snowboarding (Saturday)


Men's cross country closes out its Olympics with the 50k classic mass start.

3:00-6:00 p.m. - Men's 50k classic mass start

Olympic Channel: Home Of Team USA
5:00-7:00 a.m. - Medal Ceremony (live) - Live Streaming
11:00 p.m.-3:05 a.m. - Men's 50k classic mass start


Action wraps up in PyeongChang with the women's 30k classic and the Closing Ceremony of the 2018 Games.

3:15-5:20 p.m. - Women's 30k classic mass start
7:00-8:00 p.m. - Olympic Gold recaps the PyeongChang Winter Games
8:00-10:30 p.m. - Closing Ceremony

2:00-4:00 a.m. - Women's 30k classic mass start

Live Streaming
1:15-3:20 a.m. - Women's 30k classic mass start
6:00-8:30 a.m. - Closing Ceremony

Mangan Added To 2018 U.S. Olympic Team

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 6 2018
Tricia Mangan
Tricia Mangan was named to Team USA on Tuesday. (Getty Images)

The United States Olympic Committee, in conjunction with U.S. Ski & Snowboard, today announced the addition of alpine skier Tricia Mangan (Buffalo, N.Y.) to the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team. 

She replaces the quota spot previously held by Jackie Wiles (Portland, Ore.), who was injured on Feb. 3 in competition at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

Mangan, 20, skied for Holimont Race Team in Western New York, was recently fourth in super-G at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships in Switzerland, and snagged her first points and a 19th-place finish in alpine combined at the FIS Ski World Cup in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, earlier this season.

Team USA now stands at 244. Updated rosters can be found at


Gus Kenworthy Appears on The Ellen Show

By Courtney Harkins
February, 5 2018
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Gus Kenworthy talks with Ellen Degeneres on The Ellen Show.

Before the Olympics, silver medalist Gus Kenworthy came onto The Ellen Show to talk qualifying for the 2018 Olympics, his silver medal from 2014 and how coming out has changed his life.

Watch a snippet of the show below.

Vonn Goes Back-To-Back For World Cup Victory 81

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 4 2018
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Lindsey Vonn skied to her 81st-career FIS Ski World Cup victory in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. (Getty Images/Agence Zoom - Hans Bezard)

Lindsey Vonn (Vail, Colo.) is ready for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games after picking up her 81st-career FIS Ski World Cup victory – her second-straight downhill win and third of the season – Sunday in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

“I have so much confidence right now in my skiing, mentally, and my equipment,” Vonn said. “Everything is coming together better than I could have hoped or planned for.  And now I go into Korea with a couple of wins under my belt and I’m just really looking forward to skiing the same way, or even better than I skied this weekend – full charge! No holding back. I’m going to lay it all out on the table and see what happens.”

It was another good news, bad news day for the U.S. women as Breezy Johnson (Victor, Idaho) picked up her second-straight top-10 result in 8th; Laurenne Ross (Bend, Ore.) was 23rd; Alice McKennis (Glenwood Springs, Colo.) 29th and Alice Merryweather (Hingham, Mass.) in 31st. Stacey Cook (Mammoth Mountain, Calif.) was having a solid run until she hit a compression midway down the Kandahar track and slammed into the A-net at a high rate of speed. However, she did stand up briefly before being taken off the course in a sled as a precaution and is OK. In Saturday’s race, Jackie Wiles (Portland, Ore.) suffered a left leg injury resulting from a crash. She will miss the upcoming Games and the rest of the season. Ross also crashed in Saturday’s race.

In Sunday’s full-length downhill race, Vonn absolutely nailed the top portion of the Kandahar track, leading at the first two intervals over Liechtenstein’s Tina Weirather. But she fell off the pace in the middle portion of the course, only to come storming back on the bottom to move into the lead.

“Its kind of similar to Lake Louise where I know exactly what I have to do to win,” Vonn said of the Kandahar track. “The bottom section is always critical. Almost every race I’ve raced here, the race is won or lost in the last 30-45 seconds.

“So I carried all my speed really well,” Vonn continued. “I executed exactly the line that I’d hoped for and I was able to actually accelerate down to the finish.”

For the second consecutive day, Italy’s Sofia Goggia finished second to Vonn. Weirather was third. Goggia continues to lead the overall World Cup downhill standings by 23 points over Vonn with one downhill remaining next month at the World Cup Finals in Are, Sweden.

Mikaela Shiffrin (Eagle-Vail, Colo.) opted to sit out this weekend’s speed events to train and rest up for the Olympic Winter Games. Shiffrin continues to lead the overall World Cup standings by 671 points over Switzerland’s Wendy Holdener.

Up next, the 2018 Olympic Winer Games. The first event for the women will be giant slalom on Feb. 12, followed by slalom Feb. 14; super-G Feb. 17; downhill Feb. 21; and alpine combined on Feb. 23.

Women’s downhill

All times EST
Sunday, Feb. 4
4:00 p.m. – Women’s downhill; Garmisch – NBCSN (same day delay)


Downhiller Jackie Wiles Out of Olympics

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 4 2018
Jackie Wiles Stands Atop Podium in Cortina d'Ampezzo
Jackie Wiles (right) grabbed her career second downhill podium on January 20, 2018, in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, sharing the podium with teammate and mentor Lindsey Vonn. Wiles is the first-ever Lindsey Vonn Foundation Athlete Ambassador. (Christophe Pallot)

Jackie Wiles (Portland, Ore.) will be unable to compete at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, according to the United States Olympic Committee and U.S. Ski & Snowboard. Wiles suffered injuries to her left knee and leg Saturday (Feb. 3) in a crash during a FIS Ski World Cup in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, won by teammate Lindsey Vonn.

“I am completely devastated and heartbroken that I’m unable to compete in my second Olympic Games, but this is the nature of our sport and I must stay positive," said Wiles. "My teammates who have come back from injury give me hope that I too can come back stronger. Now I’ll shift my focus to rehabbing and getting strong for next World Cup season, and the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing. I will be rooting very hard for my teammates – who make up a strong women’s speed squad – and look forward to returning and joining them again next year!”

"We are all extremely disappointed that Jackie suffered this injury so close to the Games,” said Luke Bodensteiner, U.S. Ski & Snowboard Chief of Sport. “It’s a big loss to our alpine ski team, especially after her very strong results this season. We will do everything we can to support her in her rehabilitation and we’re already looking forward to seeing Jackie back in competitive action, stronger than ever, as soon as possible.”

Wiles is one of three U.S. athletes to score a podium finish in women’s downhill this season with her third-place finish in the event in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, and a fifth place in the downhill at Lake Louise, Alberta, to open the speed season.

The USOC and U.S. Ski & Snowboard have not yet determined if her spot will be replaced under the team quota.

Ida Sargent Back, Ready to Race

By Tom Kelly
February, 3 2018
Ida Sargent
Ida Sargent injured her thumb in Seefeld recently but has arrived in Seoul, South Korea Saturday ready to start in the upcoming Olympic Winter Games. (Getty Images)

U.S. Ski Team cross country racer Ida Sargent (Orleans, Vt.) arrived in Seoul, South Korea Saturday ready to start in the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang for Team USA. Sargent injured a thumb in a training crash January 27 in Seefeld, Austria. She had surgery on her left thumb but is expected to start in the classic sprint on February 13.

The crash occurred in training before the World Cup freestyle sprint in Seefeld when Sargent and another skier collided. She stayed on the sidelines for that race, then flew to the USA for surgery with Dr. Randy Viola at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colo.

"I'm incredibly grateful for the awesome work by Dr. Viola and everyone at the Steadman Clinic and the support from the U.S. Ski Team medical staff," said Sargent. "Getting surgery right away and starting my recovery so quickly has been amazing."

"We don't get many injuries in cross country skiing so we're appreciative that Ida could get back quickly," said Head Coach Chris Grover. "She's an important part of the mix for the classic sprint and we expect her to be a contender."

Sargent arrived in Korea along with the first contingent of her teammates. Others remain training in Seefeld. She expects to be on-snow training with the Olympic Team at the Alpensia Nordic Centre early this week.

Vonn Wins 80th Career World Cup

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 3 2018
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Lindsey Vonn celebrates her 80th career FIS Ski World Cup victory in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. (Getty Images/Agence Zoom - Millo Moravski)

Lindsey Vonn’s (Vail, Colo.) Olympic Winter Games preparation is right on target following her 80th career FIS Ski World Cup victory on the Kandahar downhill track in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, Saturday.

Italy’s Sofia Goggia finished second, followed by Austria’s Cornelia Huetter in third. Breezy Johnson (Victor, Idaho) just missed the podium, posting a career-best World Cup finish in fourth.

Alice McKennis (Glenwood Springs, Colo.) was 17th; Stacey Cook (Mammoth Mountain, Calif.) was 22nd, and Alice Merryweather (Hingham, Mass.), who was just added to the U.S. Olympic Alpine Team Saturday, was 37th.  Jackie Wiles (Portland, Ore.) and Laurenne Ross (Bend, Ore.) both crashed. Ross did ski to the finish, however, Wiles was taken off the course in a sled and is being treated for a left leg injury. There is no confirmation yet on any impact to her Olympic Team status.

Saturday’s race was scheduled to be a two-run downhill sprint. However, weather canceled downhill training both Thursday and Friday, so the women ran a downhill training run prior to the race Saturday. Both the training run and race started from the super-G start.

Saturday’s victory was Vonn’s fourth World Cup downhill win on the Kandahar track and her eighth career World Cup victory in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Up next, the women compete in another downhill Sunday in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, which is scheduled as a full-length downhill event.

Women’s Downhill

All times EST

Sunday, Feb. 4
6:30 a.m. – Women’s downhill; Garmisch – Olympic Channel TV (LIVE)
4:00 p.m. – Women’s downhill; Garmisch – NBCSN (same day delay)

Merryweather Added to Olympic Team

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 3 2018
Alice Merryweather
Alice Merryweather knifes a turn on the Cortina downhill last month. The Junior World downhill champion was just named to the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team. (Getty Images/Agence Zoom-Christophe Pallot)

The United States Olympic Committee, in conjunction with U.S. Ski & Snowboard, today announced the addition of alpine skier Alice Merryweather (Hingham, Mass.) to the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team.
Merryweather replaces the quota spot previously held by Steven Nyman, who was injured on Jan. 26 in competition at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
Merryweather, 21, who skis out of Stratton Mountain School, won downhill gold last season at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships, then broke into the top 20 in downhill at the FIS World Cup Final in Aspen last March.
Team USA now stands at 243 athletes, including 135 men and 108 women. Updated rosters can be found at

Double Podium in Davos for Alpine Juniors

By Megan Harrod
February, 2 2018
River Radamus and Luke Winters Celebrate the Podium with their Team
River Radamus and Luke Winters celebrate their double podium with their entire team. (Michael Bingaman)

It was a big day at FIS Junior World Ski Championships in Davos, Switzerland for the Americans, who walked away from the super-G with a double podium. Three-time Youth Olympic Games gold medalist River Radamus (Edwards, Colo./Ski & Snowboard Club Vail ) grabbed the silver medal, while teammate Luke Winters (Gresham, Ore./Sugar Bowl Academy) snagged the bronze medal. Kyle Negomir (Littleton, Colo./Ski & Snowboard Club Vail) was also in the top 10, tying for seventh. Marco Odermatt of Switzerland took the victory. 

After a heavy amount of snowfall on Thursday, the men had to deal with weather delays but remained focused with their eyes on the prize. Alpine Development Director Chip Knight shared that the organizers made an impressive effort to get the race off, using snowblowers to move the new snow out of the race track, and snowcats to smooth out the berms on the side of the trail. He was very impressed with the performance of all three athletes. 

"River, Luke, and Kyle each did a tremendous job with their inspection, adapting to new information from the coaches’ course reports, and then executing a revised plan while flowing with the speed and terrain," noted Knight. "As with any speed event, it’s a team effort among the athletes, coaches, and service technicians. The whole group pulled together really well today, and the strong results are a reflection of that operation."

Winters, who is competing ath the Junior Worlds for the first time, was thrilled to land on the podium. "Today was definitely one to remember," he said. "This is my first and last time at world juniors, so getting a bronze medal early in the race series is a huge accomplishment for me. Sharing the podium on the world stage like that with your teammate was exciting."

Winters also commended the organizers for prepping the track well despite the challenging weather. "There were parts of the course today that were not easy. Starting second, I had to stick with the plan and ski aggressive, and it worked out. The course was in perfect condition, thanks to all the course workers, after receiving a foot of snow the day before."

He now looks ahead to the rest of the race series with optimism and confidence. "With that said, lots of racing to do here, team event tomorrow, followed by the alpine combined, then finishing off with slalom and giant slalom to end the trip. I can promise you there will be more of this to come!"

Matthew Macaluso (Vail, Colo./Ski & Snowboard Club Vail) and George Steffey (Lyme, N.H./Stratton Mountain School) also started in Friday's super-G, but did not finish. 

Earlier in the week, A.J. Hurt (Carnelian Bay, Calif./Squaw Valley Ski Team) finished eighth in the giant slalom and Katie Hensien (Redmond, Wash./Rowmark Ski Academy) followed that up with a fourth in slalom. Both athletes made their FIS Ski World Cup debuts in the 2017-18 season. 

Up next is the men's and women's team event on Saturday, February 3rd. Competition continues through the weekend and into next week. 

Men's Super-G

Feb. 3 – Men’s and women’s team event
Feb. 4 – Men’s alpine combined, Women's super-G 
Feb. 5 – Women's alpine combined 
Feb. 6 – Men’s giant slalom
Feb. 7 – Men’s slalom
Feb. 8 – Women’s downhill

Davos 2018

Call for Entries: Youth Filmmakers Invited to Break Boundaries with 2019 World Championships

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
February, 1 2018
2019 World Champs

The Park City Summit County Arts Council (PCSC Arts), the Park City Film Series and U.S. Ski & Snowboard (“the Partners”) have come together to present the Breaking Boundaries // 2019 Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Champs Youth Film Contest. The Partners are looking for young filmmakers (21 and under) to tell stories about breaking boundaries, wherever that may apply in their lives. In the world of elite competitive snowboarding, freestyle and freeskiing, athletes challenge themselves to push the boundaries of creativity and difficulty to be the best in the world in these sports. The best in the world challenge the expectations of what is possible and break boundaries to achieve their dreams whenever they can.

Local youth filmmakers are being asked to tell their boundary breaking stories in a short film format. Films do not necessarily need to be about skiing or snowboarding or competitive sport, but rather stories that are inspiring for the community and the athletes of the 2019 World Championships.

All entries must be appropriate for all audiences. Films referencing sex, drugs or violence will not be accepted. Any film that includes content that is deemed inappropriate, indecent or obscene, as determined by the Partners in their sole discretion, will not be eligible. Contestants must be residents of Salt Lake, Wasatch or Summit County, Utah, at the time of submission, and must be 21 years of age or younger.

Interested parties can submit as many videos as they would like. Submissions must be made in English or subtitled in English. Videos must be 10 minutes or less. All entries will be posted to the Breaking Boundaries // 2019 Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Champs Youth Film Contest Vimeo group.

Winners will be selected by a panel of judges. The judging panel will be comprised of the Partners, local freestyle/freeski athletes and other leaders in the arts and film community.

Contest winners will be announced on October 1, 2018. Contest details can be found at any of The Partner websites:,, and

The Breaking Boundaries // 2019 Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Champs Youth Film Contest is the kickoff program that the Partners have developed to connect arts and culture with sport and recreation. Stay tuned for more creative activations from the Partners as we get closer to the FIS World Championships in February 2019.

Breaking Boundaries // 2019 Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Champs Youth Film Contest

Deadline for submissions: 6/1/2018
Winners Announced: 10/1/2018
FIS World Championships: 2/1/2019 - 2/10/2019

Youth 21 and under living in Summit, Wasatch, and Salt Lake Counties

Promoting Partners:
U.S. Ski & Snowboard
Park City Summit County Arts Council
Park City Film Series

There is no cost to enter the contest.

Cash Prize of $2,500
One month exclusive experience embedded with U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s content department for the 2019 World Championships. Work with both the in-house content team as well as the host broadcaster feature team capturing behind the scenes stories of the Championships.
Media/Broadcast accreditation for the event including lift access for the Championships
Organizing Committee team uniform (Jacket/hat etc.).

Runner up:
Cash Prize of $500
Two VIP tickets for up to four event competition finals for the Championships

About the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships
Park City, Utah, has a proud tradition of innovation and excellence in hosting international skiing and snowboarding events. The community has shown a tremendous commitment to celebrating elite skiing and snowboarding competition along with delivering some of the best competition venues in the world. 

Over the past 20 years, the Park City community has worked with FIS to innovate and modernize winter sports, from the America’s Opening at Park City Mountain Resort being one of the first FIS Alpine World Cup stops to offer prize money, to the introduction of the 18-foot halfpipe to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, to Deer Valley Resort becoming the only site to host the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships twice.  Now, with new partners at Solitude Mountain Resort, it is time for these world class resorts to come together with the Park City community to open the next chapter in this proud tradition as we host the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships. 

The 2019 FIS Freestyle, Snowboarding and Freeski World Championships will be an opportunity for the resorts and the Park City community to return to the international winter sports spotlight and will once again reaffirm that the ski resorts of the Wasatch front are among the best destinations for freestyle skiing, freeskiing and snowboarding in the world. This World Championships will also provide the opportunity to continue the tradition of innovation in elite snowboarding and freestyle competition. We recognize that the traditions of these sports are based on individuality and creativity with different groups claiming to represent the true culture of each sport.

These World Championships will bring the best skiers and riders in the world to Utah to compete at Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley Resort and Solitude Resort. Solitude will host with snowboardcross, team snowboardcross and skicross. Park City Mountain will be home to the freeski and snowboard venues, including big air, halfpipe and slopestyle skiing. Deer Valley will host the freestyle events of moguls, dual moguls, aerials and team aerials. For more information, visit

About U.S. Ski & Snowboard
U.S. Ski & Snowboard is an Olympic sports organization providing leadership and direction for tens of thousands of young skiers and snowboarders, encouraging and supporting them in achieving excellence. By empowering national teams, clubs, coaches, parents, officials, volunteers and fans, U.S. Ski & Snowboard is committed to the progression of its sports, athlete success and the value of team. Established in 1905, U.S. Ski & Snowboard receives no direct government support, operating solely through private donations from individuals, corporations and foundations to fund athletic programs to assist athletes in reaching their dreams.

About Park City Film Series
The Park City Film Series is Summit County’s only nonprofit Art House Cinema. A Park City staple since 1999, the Film Series has established itself as a vital, contributing member of the arts community. We accomplish this through the screening of independent, foreign and documentary films each weekend and our programming of post-screening Q&A’s and panel discussions that deepen the community dialogue around the issues raised by the films we screen. In addition, we support area non-profits through free community screenings and film-based fundraisers. Our vision is to use film as a medium to entertain, inspire and educate our patrons, helping Park City remain a well informed and engaged mountain community. Our mission is to create community through film.

About Park City Summit County Arts Council
Founded in 1986, the Park City Summit County Arts Council is one of the oldest arts and culture organizations in Park City. In the past three decades, we have advocated and secured significant funding for arts and culture. We have incubated numerous arts and culture organizations. We have built audiences for established and emerging artists. We have helped promote our world class cultural tourist destination. Most importantly, we have helped make art part of our community. Our mission is to promote, support, and strengthen arts and culture and the larger creative sector