Park City Art Exhibit Celebrates Diversity On Slopes

Dec 1, 2020, 8:03 PM

PARK CITY, Utah – A new art exhibit in Park City has called attention to diversity on the slopes. It’s called, “Skiing in Color.”

The digital art exhibit features people of color in ski gear expressing joy, determination and happiness.

The theme of the series addresses race representation, diversity and inclusion — in the ski and snow industries.

“I also want the ski industry to play their role and use its marketing and tools to show people of color we want you here,” said artist Lamont Joseph White.

White will host a panel discussion on the Christian Center of Park City’s Facebook page Wednesday at 5 p.m.

His exhibit at the Christian Center through December 13.

Photojournalist Meghan Thackrey contributed to this report.

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