Fine Arts Center
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and providing affordable fine arts opportunities for youth and families in the community. We offer after school and evening classes in art, youth choir, theater, drawing, puppetry, and photography. We also offer a variety of community activities including: theater productions, puppet story time for preschoolers, periodic concerts, a Puppet Museum with special family activity times, puppetry workshops in the schools, monthly Open Mic Nights and great recital space for piano and music teachers.
Our current Board members are:
Exectutive Director: Susan Neidert
~ OUR SPONSORS for 2015-2016 ~
Gold Level Contributors:
The Marie Eccles Caine Foundation / Russell Family
Brigham City Corporation- Communities program.
Our programs supported in part by the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.
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We welcome your donations year round to support youth arts programs and community arts activities.
We are a 501 c(3) nonprofit organization and your donations are not only tax deductible, but strive to make a positive difference for youth and families!
Contact the Fine Arts Center for more information at 435-723-0740.
Send us an email at: email@example.com and let us know if you want specific program reminders or announcements sent to your e-mail address. Please indicate what topics you are interested in, ie: preschool puppet time, open mike, concerts, after school classes, adult/ evening art classes, etc. and you will get a three to four day notice for programs and a two week registration notice for classes.
FLYAWAY MINIATURES ANYONE??!!
We still have miniatures of the Main Street bird panels for sale. 2X4 inches in size.
Summer Classes - Registration now online! We still have openings for our last camp August 3, 4, 6 and 7.
MUSIC: Great in-house summer concert coming up - STEVE MCDONALD WITH CELTIC/ SCOTTISH MUSIC August 8 - get your tickets now. See details below.
PUPPETS, PUPPETS, PUPPETS: PUPPETS IN THE PARK!
Set for Saturday August 15, 10am - 3 pm. Save the date for FREE shows and puppet making activities-guest puppeteers and more!
Great shade, great fun!
PARTY TIME!! It is official we are offering Party Adventures at the World of Puppetry Museum. We have several awesome party hosts with lots of laughs and adventure and a lot of museum secrets and details to explore. Come join us for an "Expedition at the Museum" adventure. We have jungle guides, princesses, superhero themes and more. See more information under parties in the World of Puppetry Museum section of our side bar.
Steve McDonald is New Zealand's top solo performer.
Steve's genre is Celtic fusion and classic Rock.
He sings the history and heritage of the Scottish Highlands in a combination of original songs that Steve has written on his odyssey to discover his own heritage, as well as classic highland favorites.
In this quest to explore his heritage, Steve has released the following Albums:
Music Label: Etherean Music
Tickets are $12. Buy your tickets now online!
Next Open Mic - Saturday 8/15/15 See Our Open Mic Page for more information.
PHOTO SHOP CLASS: This class has been postponed till October. Please let us know if you are interested in taking the class then. Students will learn how to navigate and use photoshop and related programs. Includes hands on practice of the techniques.
Peach Days Melodrama: Plans are now gearing up for another rootin-tootin Melodrama this year. "Six Guns at Sundown" or "The Rising of a Western Star" written by DeAnn Nichols and directed by her mom- Geri Garfield. New this year will be a Friday evening performance at 8 pm along with the usual 2,4,and 6 pm shows on the Saturday of Peach Days. Auditions set for July 14 and 16. See Theater program link for details.
Special thanks to The Usual Suspects Theater Group and ICON Health and Fitness of Logan for producing the Odd Couple as a fundraiser for us. This was a fun show.
Family Theatre Program at The Fine Arts Center -"Creative Stage" presents:
Check out our face book page for pictures from this awesome show. Kudos to a great cast and awesome directors:
The show was an awesome success- thanks to all who participated and all who came.
Arsenic and Old Lace - presented by FACE our high school theater troupe -was a great show. Thanks to all who made it possible.
Mommy and Me Music Time: The 4th Wednesday of the month 9:30 to 10:30 am during the school year. Also, see Friday Puppet story times during school year. No charge, although $1 donation per child suggested to help cover crafts.
Pay It Forward: For young teens ages 12-15 years. Meet at The Fine Arts Center or as indicated. For current meeting time and latest volunteer opportunities See pay it forward link.
FAMILY FUN NIGHTS -- We had a several fun nights this past year- doing scarecrow stories and crafts in October, Turkey stories and crafts in November, making spoon snowman puppets in January along with a parent community fair, and then joining up with the USU Brigham City Young Child Education Department for a free evening of storytelling and hands on activities in April. Watch this spot for more possible events in the Fall.
PLEASE CHECK OUT THE SIDEBAR FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT Other ONGOING PROGRAMS:
-- Improv Faction: Thursdays 5-6pm For 8th grade and up
-- World of Puppetry Museum: 1st and 3rd Saturdays 1:00pm - 4:00pm
-- Open Mic Night: Monthly on a Saturday night. Next Open Mic Night will be August 15, 2015. The doors open up to all at 7 pm. See Open Mic Page for more info.
Our eighth annual ART-TELL was held April 13-18, 2015. The theme was "In the Eye of the Beholder"
We enjoyed a great time with Youth and Adult Art contests, a youth storytelling contest, People's choice voting, Unveiling of Designer poster by Dave Kafton, The Otter Creek- Music in the City Concert, a Gala Fundraising Dinner and the end of event Awards Ceremony.| Pictures and winners are posted on the ART-TELL page.