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SCENE The Park Record. Editor: Scott Iwasaki Arts@parkrecord.com 435.649.9014 ex.113 CONNECT SUMMIT COUNTY KEVIN HINES: ‘CRACKED NOT BROKEN’ PCHS SENIOR PAIGE BILLOW LOVES PLAYING MUSIC, C-3 HOT TUNA READY TO PLAY A STRING OF ACOUSTIC SETS, C-5 www.parkrecord.com C-1 WED/THURS/FRI, MAY 17-19, 2017 Summit County art exhibit invites public to enjoy a View from My Door CONNECT Summit County, a nonprofit that raises awareness of mental health issues, will welcome filmmaker, activist and suicide-attempt survivor Kevin Hines at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 17, at the Park City Library’s Jim Santy Auditorium, 1255 Park Ave. Hines will give a presentation titled, “Cracked Not Broken, Surviving and Thriving after a Suicide Attempt.” In September 2000, Hines jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and is one of the less than 1 percent who survived. The event is free and open to the public. For information, visit connectsummitcounty.org. PARK CITY FILM SERIES: ‘WHAT THE HEALTH’ The Park City Film Series will present a free screening of Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn’s “What the Health,” not rated, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 18, at the Park City Library’s Jim Santy Auditorium, 1255 Park Ave. “What the Health” is a surprising, and at times hilarious, investigative documentary that will be an eye-opener for everyone concerned about our nation’s health and how big business influences it. The film is from the creators of the award-winning documentary “Cowspiracy.” A post-film panel will feature Dr. Patrick Olson of the Rosenberg Cooley Metcalf Clinic; athlete, fitness expert and Utah Avalanche forecaster Craig Gordon; and Dr Babbie Lester, a naturopathic physician. The panel will be moderated by Lynn Ware Peek, KPCW’s Mountain Life host. In addition, Meatless in the Mountains will provide vegan calzone bites before the film. They are made with vegan sausage, cheese and spinach. For information, visit www.parkcityfilmseries.com. FLOWER POWER WORKSHOP AT THE SWANER ECOCENTER Park City Nursery owner Sophy Kohler and Utah State University Horticulturist Helen Muntz will give a Flower Power workshop from 4-6:30 p.m., Thursday, May 18, at the Swaner EcoCenter, 1258 Center Drive at Kimball Junction. Cost is $5 at the door. RSVPs are required. Call 435-797-8939 or email email@example.com to RSVP. For information, visit www. swanerecocenter.org. FRANCIS ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION The Francis Arbor Day Celebration will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 10, at 2317 Spring Hollow Road, in Francis. The event will start with a brief tree-planting class. Attendees should bring gloves, a shovel or rake, water, sunscreen and sturdy footwear. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. For information, visit www.releafutah.org/calendar/ francis-arbor-day-planting. MIKE BRADLEY Black and white photographs, such as this barn that was taken by Mike Bradley, will be made into posters and installed on windows of various Summit County buildings for the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board’s new exhibit “A View from My Door” that will open on Friday, May 19. Black and white posters on display through July 21 By SCOTT IWASAKI The Park Record Last summer, the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board opened a temporary photography exhibit called “Inside-Out Park City” that featured black and white posters of Summit County entrepreneurs, taken by Rebekah Stevens, which adorned the windows of empty commercial spaces in Newpark. The success of “Inside-Out Park City” spurred the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board to plan and create a new exhibit, “A View from My Door,” which will feature scenic photographs taken by the general public. The new exhibit, comprised of posters made from more than 120 images taken by Summit County residents, will be on display on windows of 13 locations around the county. The kickoff reception for “A View from My Door” will be from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, May 19, at Artique, 283 N. Main St. in Kamas. Kristen Mitchell, chairwoman of the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board, the nonproﬁt that conceived the exhibit, said people who have taken the photographs, and others, will gather at Artique because it is one of the businesses that will exhibit a poster. “We’ll have food and a general cel- ebration of Summit County,” she said. There will be about 13 locations that will display the posters on 74 windows. Maps posted at www.darkstorefronts.org and www.facebook.com/ darkstorefronts/?ref=py_c. “People can use the maps to visit the places that range from the Richins Building at the Summit County Library to the Visitors Information Center at Kimball Junction all the way out to Kamas, Coalville and Oakley,” Mitchell Please see Exhibit, C-2 Beatlebrox sculpture displayed ‘With Style’ Steel work is part of permanent exhibit in Salt Lake City By SCOTT IWASAKI The Park Record Last Saturday, Summit County artist Zafod Beatlebrox watched carefully as crews from Park City’s Kukal Cranes installed one of his artworks in downtown Salt Lake City. The work, a steel sculpture titled “Dare to Swim Upstream with Style,” was erected at 150 E. Broadway (300 South), right in front of the Broadway Theatres. The sculpture depicts a ﬂying ﬁsh wearing a tuxedo and holding a top hat and cane. “It’s meant to be a theater-related piece, because this is the theater district in Salt Lake City,” Beatlebrox told The Park Record on loca- tion. “They wanted a theater-themed piece.” The work is part of Salt Lake City’s permanent public art program, said Dana Hernandez, Salt Lake City public art program manager. “The Flying Object series, the series before this one, was a temporary series that featured all local artists and was a partnership between the Salt Lake City Arts Council and the Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency that was up for two-and-a-half to three years,” Hernandez said. “This series is a permanent series, meaning the works won’t ever come down, unlike the previous works that are now on sale through the artists. These [new works] have been purchased by Salt Lake City to enliven the street for years to come.” Beatlebrox said he’s been working on the piece for nearly three years. “I feel like I’ve been working on this forever,” Beatlebrox said with a laugh. Beatlebrox started on it two-anda-half years ago, but the project was put on hold for seven months after the Please see Beatlebrox, C-5 SCOTT IWASAKI/PARK RECORD Summit County artist Zafod Beatlebrox’s steel sculpture “Dare to Swim Upstream with Style” was installed Saturday morning at 150 E. Broadway in Salt Lake City. The work is part of a permanent public-art exhibit that is a partnership between the Salt Lake City Arts Council and the Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency.