Art Talk

Art talks at the Kimball Art Center serve as a vehicle for education and discussion surrounding the Kimball's exhibitions. Our monthly art talks are free and open to the public. We encourage you to come out and further the conversation on the visual arts. See below to find out more information about our past and upcoming art talks at the Kimball Art Center, your non-profit community art center.

Collaborative Intelligence

Collaborative Intelligence

Angie McArthur

December 21, 2015
6 pm to 7:30 pm
Deer Crest Club, St. Regis Deer Valley

Angie McArthur is the CEO of Professional Thinking Partners, and since joining the company in 1998 has co-facilitated and designed global conferences, leadership retreats, training programs, and ongoing one-on-one Thinking Partnerships in organizations from non-profits to Fortune 500s. She is the co-author of two books by Random House: Collaborative Intelligence (due Aug 2015), and Relational Intelligence (2016). Angie is also one of the creators of the Worldwide Women’s Web, a network formed in 2001 to retain women in corporate leadership roles. As an expert in perceptual thinking patterns, she has developed communication strategies for authors, corporations and CEO’s, and the ongoing Executive Champions Workshop. She has also designed interactive web assessments and products for corporate training programs.

Utah Film Commission

From Stagecoach to Sandlot: Utah’s History in Film -- 1938-1941

Virginia Pearce, Director, Utah Film Commission

December 28, 2015
6 pm to 7:30 pm
Deer Crest Club, St. Regis Deer Valley

Utah has been the backdrop for over 900 films since the beginning of the industry in the 1920’s, and is still a vital and thriving part of the industry today. Come hear from Virginia Pearce, director of the Utah Film Commission about the past, present and future of film in Utah.

Virginia Pearce has over 15 years of experience in marketing and external relations in the film industry. Pearce was formerly the Director of Marketing & Community Programs at Spy Hop, a nonprofit youth media organization that mentors teens in digital media creation, overseeing all external relations and community programming. She joined Spy Hop in 2010 after serving as the Associate Director of Artist Relations at Sundance Institute since 1998. While there, she managed relationships with the Institute’s film, music and theatre artists, managed the Institute’s artist labs program and created the Sundance Institute Alumni program. Pearce got her start as a commercial photographer and worked in Seattle, Maine, Boston and Paris.



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