Festival merchandise is available for purchase during the festival hours at the intersection of Heber Ave and Main Street. Quantities are limited and these designs are only available on-site during the festival.
Commemorative Festival Merchandise Supports Kimball Art Center
Jute Fiber Biodegradable & Reusable Bags via Stardust Sustainables.
Find your Kimball Art Center and Kimball Arts Festival merchandise for purchase at the festival’s Info Booth including koozies, water bottles, and hip packs. Kimball Art Center has partnered with Stardust Sustainables, a local Park City company that creates 100% biodegradable bags. Purchase a “Support Your Local Art Center” jute fiber bag to carry your festival purchases and reuse it at farmer’s markets, boating adventures, and toting all of your sporting equipment. Learn more about how these bags are biodegradable here:
Onsite Screen Printing via Motherlode Park City ( Heber Ave and Main Street )
Our 2023 design contest t-shirts will be available!
Friday 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturday 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm – 4:00pm
T SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST
Kimball Art Center is proud to announce 1st place and 2nd place winners for the 2023 merchandise design contest! Libby Peterkort and Sadie AbuHaidar, respectfully, submitted thoughtful designs that draw inspiration from Park City and the American West. Both of these artworks represent the natural home of the Kimball Arts Festival in fun and unique styles. These limited-edition designs will only be available at the 2023 Kimball Arts Festival.
1st PLACE WINNER – Libby Peterkort
Libby is a multidisciplinary artist hailing from the great Midwest. She mostly creates textile work and custom paintings, but also dabbles in illustration, graphic design, interior design and the occasional sculptural project. Her favorite thing about making art is that it reminds her to accept imperfections and nourish the unexpected. Libby also has a small business, Wear the Wild, where she makes naturally dyed, hand-printed bandanas and other textile accessories. She currently lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Libby created this design as an ode to Park City in the summertime and it has a playful, artistic tone to it. The rendering of the different flowers are all species that remind her of summer in Park City (Mule’s Ear, Dyer’s Woad and Indian Paintbrush). She chose the color blocking because of the unexpected pop it gives to the design; She also kept in mind how great this would look screen printed!
2ND PLACE WINNER – Sadie AbuHaidar
Sadie is a local young artist that grew up in Park City skiing, hiking, and horseback riding throughout my childhood. She is now a college student majoring in Fine Arts at Connecticut College, but still pulls much of her inspiration from the American West, especially cowboy and cowgirl culture. Sadie incorporated those themes into this T-shirt design, as well as some of the environmental aspects found around Utah. This included a “Wanted Sign” modeled through the old American West, as well as Indian paintbrush flowers on the bottom, which are a native wild flower that can be found blooming throughout Utah in the spring.