Project Wild Thing Film Screening
Thursday, October 1st | 7:00 p.m. | Cost: FREE | Location: Jim Santy Auditorium - 1255 Park Avenue, Park City, Utah
We are very excited to be showing Project Wild Thing in partnership with the Park City Film Series and Park City Municipal Corp.! This uplifting film takes a light-hearted look at the challenges of getting children outside while competing with the pulls of technology.
Join us after the film screening for a short presentation and discussion led by Dr. Jeff Rose (see bio below).
For more information about the film, please visit the Park City Film Series website, the Project Wild Thing website, or view the official film trailer. No registration or tickets required for this free screening event; seats are available on a first come - first served basis (theater capacity is 450).
Dr. Jeff Rose is an assistant professor in the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism at the University of Utah. His research examines systemic inequities that are displayed through class, race, political economy, and relationships to nature. For more than a decade, Jeff has been an instructor for Outward Bound, facilitating challenging experiences for youth and adults in wilderness settings. We are excited to hear his presentation and how his experiences relate to getting children outside to enjoy the natural world!