February Happenings at the Fine Arts Center

Tuesday morning is craft and volunteer Time for Adults.  Bring a friend and join us. Call for more information. 

Come join in some fun with other crafters and volunteers. Bring your own craft projects or help with some of ours. There are a variety of volunteer opportunities available. Come for the crafting and service, stay for the lunch!

Adult Project and Puppet Time at the Brigham City Fine Arts Center Every Tuesday at 9:30am to noon


 

Music in the City Concert Series 
February 19, 2016 - 7:30 pm
The Brigham City Fine Arts Center and Music in the City Concert Series welcomes Stephanie Mabey to the stage, Friday, February 19, 7:30

Stephanie Mabey is a singer/songwriter known for dreamy songs with sideshow melodies and razor-sharp lyrics. She has had songs featured on MTV and several independent films. Her video for The Zombie Song has been viewed over 1.5 million times on YouTube.
David Archuleta recently covered Stephanie's song, Glorious, from the album Wake Up Dreaming. She is currently working on a new album.

Announcements!


Wizard of Oz Auditions: Tuesday February 16 from 6-8 PM for youth 6-18 years of age.  This is a slightly abridged musical version with all the main characters as well as  Munchkins, Jitterbugs and flying monkeys. See more details below.  

Music in the City Concert - Stephanie Mabey - Friday, February 19th. Tickets on sale now.   


• Winter/Spring Classes:  We still have  adult  photo and drawing classes available with enough student sign up.  Call for more information. The class schedule is up and registration is open! Register online!

• Gift Certificates are available for upcoming Winter/Spring Classes. Great gift idea for your creative child or grandchild! 

• Special Classes this Winter Session:
    -- Style for Teens
    -- A Bright Edges Motivational program for teens
    -- Writing coach ( teens and adults)
    -- Basic Photography
    -- Drawing & Painting Animals for Adults
    -- Youth Puppetry Class
See all class details under the classes tab.

• The Next Open Mic Night is Saturday, February 13, 7 pm.


Other Programs - We have Something for everyone:
Pre-school Puppet and Story Time Magic:  9:30-10:30 am - 2nd Fridays of the Month - Class Fee: $1 Donation Suggested
Pre-school Music time:  9:30-10:30 am - 4th Fridays of the Month. 

Open Mic Night:
Monthly offering at the Fine Arts Center usually the 2nd or 3rd Saturday evening of the month. The doors open at 7:00 pm and those wishing to perform can sign up then.

Music in the City Concert Series:  7:30 pm - 3rd Friday of the Month October through May. No concert in December. Tickets: $12 General Admission / $8 Students / and $10 Seniors  

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.

Improv Faction: Thursdays 5-6pm For 8th grade and up

Teen music space:  Meets on Monday at 5 pm and also Fridays at 4:30 pm. This now includes free group voice lessons on Fridays-  Call or come and check it out. Also check out new writing and art mentoring time on Tuesdays.

World of Puppetry Museum: 1st and 3rd Saturdays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm 

 WIZARD OF OZ AUDITIONS: Auditions are set for Tuesday evening February 16  from  6-8 PM at the Fine Arts Center. This is a slightly abridged family friendly musical version with all the main characters, and Munchkins, Jitterbugs and flying monkeys.   Interested persons should come ready to read from the script and sing a short musical piece of their choice.  Rehearsals will be Tuesday evenings, and Saturday mornings, with additional rehearsals on Thursday evenings as needed.  The show is set to be performed Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday evenings May 5,6,7, and 9 with an added matinee on Saturday May 7. 
The Brigham City Fine Arts Center and Creative Stage Presents "The Wizard of OZ"
 Instructor Spotlight --

New Children's Choir Directors-- Here's a chance for youth to get their voice in shape and build up their  singing skills. Students will learn pitch, rhythm, harmony, poise, memorization skills,  stage presence, and different genres of fun music.

Jeni Brockbank 
(teaching  youth 7 to 13 years)
Jeni Brockbank  studied vocal performance at New Mexico State University where she performed with the Dona Ana Lyric Opera.  Jeni has had 8 years of private voice lessons and has also taught private voice lessons.  While living in St. George, UT she taught choir professionally to a school for troubled youth and has voluntarily led choirs for a church.  As the oldest of 10 and with 6 children of her own, Jeni has a love for children and a desire to help them recognize their potential.  

Christa Murray  (teaching youth 5-7 Years)
Has a minor in voice and voice education.  Has two young children and loves working with young ones.  She will  also cover  voice techniques, rhythm, pitch and singing games, along with a variety of fun songs.