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Admission to the Kimball Art Center is free year round and open to the public 7 days a week serving millions of art enthusiasts and tourists from around the world.
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- Who do the auction proceeds benefit?
100% proceeds from the auction sales benefit the nonprofit Kimball Art Center (Tax ID 87-0321132) in Park City, UT.;
- Is bidding open internationally?
No, International bidders may participate.
- I have won the auction! Now what happens?
A representative from the Kimball Art Center will contact winning bidder by email or phone to congratulate him or her as well as confirm the payment amount/instructions and to make shipping arrangements and payment. Payment must be in U.S. funds and received within three (3) business days of the close of the auction. You discuss and make shipping arrangements. All shipping, duties and tax expenses are the responsibility of the Buyer and Buyer will be asked to supply a credit card for all additional costs.
- What is the accepted method of payment?
We accept PAYPAL.
- Is this purchase tax deductible?
Please contact your personal tax advisor for information on this issue.
- In 1976, Bill Kimball bought a dilapidated garage on the corner of Heber Avenue and Main Street to create a nonprofit community art center – Kimball Art Center (KAC). Bill Kimball was quoted when he donated the building in The Park Record, November 1976 as saying “I hope the Art Center will allow them (Summit County residents) to fulfill themselves and enrich their lives beyond the necessity to make a living.” To fulfill his intention and promote the visual arts, Kimball Art Center’s mission is to be a nonprofit center for the arts, committed to engaging individuals of all ages in diverse and inspiring experiences through education, exhibitions and events.