The Arts Council is excited to bring BRAND PC Pop-Up Shop back to encourage residents and visitors to shop local this holiday season and explore the amazing creative talent that exists in Summit County, UT. Please bring your family and friends (in small numbers to follow social distancing guidelines), to support our ever-growing creative sector this holiday season.
This year's pop-up shop at 544 Main St. will be kept at 25% capacity and we'll be doing our part to stay safe, sanitary, and respectful at all times. Masks will be required to enter BRAND PC. We'll also be offering private shopping experiences Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 6 to 8 pm, which you'll be able to reserve in advance for you and a few of your friends and family. Visit brandedpc.org for details.
As of now, makers participating in the BRAND PC Pop-Up Shop this year include Zenzee, House Forty Eight, Michael McRae, Lylo Design, Happy Dragon Designs, Faded Cloth, Motherlode, Boutique Mahout, Cade & Co., Car Lashes, The Chicks Co., Uncharted Supply Co., Waves of Stone Pottery, Mountain Aesthete, Ritual Chocolate, Threadheads, RSB Designs, Cat Tongue Grips, Linda McCausland, PCPAA Ornaments, Alabaster and Stone, Tulips & Thyme, Shine Deck, Mountain Body Products, Anna Leigh Moore, Mark Maziarz, Karen Millar Kendall, Rhonda Hypio, Alpine Distilling, Top Shelf, Fair Sage, Park City Publishing, Jennifer Gardner, Red Flower Studios, with more to come!
The Arts Council of Park City & Summit County is thankful for the supporters and sponsors who made this event a reality, including our host sponsor Jimmy Eaton at Vacasa Real Estate, and with program supporters, including the Create In Utah program made possible by CARES Act and the Utah State Legislature through Utah Arts & Museums, and the Promontory Foundation.