Brigham City, Utah
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 Mike nights and great recital space for piano and music teachers.
Our current Board members are:
Director: Susan Neidert
OUR SPONSORS: 2012-2013
Marie Eccles Caine Foundation/ Russell Family;
“This program is 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,
Super Bronze Backers:
Other Patron Supporters:
We welcome your donations year round to support our fine arts programs and community 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
Special Alert Service
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.
FLYWAY MINIATURES ANYONE??!!
This is a fund raiser for the Fine Arts Center and the Brigham City Heritage and Arts Board. We still have miniatures available for sale.
The Brigham City Main Street Flyway took to the air the last week of April. They are 18 by 22 inch panels that will again hang from lamp posts on Main street between Forest and First South April - December . Pick up a book mark and compare your knowledge on the bird identities. Miniatures of all eight panels are available for purchase at the Brigham City Chamber, the Fine Arts Center and at the Bear River Bird Refuge Education Center just west of Brigham City.
Pictured here are all 8 panels. These reproductions are 2- 5/8" by 4" big on 1/8 inch birch plywood.
Cost is $4.00 each or $30 for the full set of 8. Great Brigham City souvenirs for matting or use as ornaments
WE need YOUTH !!
Brigham City Fine Arts Center invites you to join our brand new
"Pay It Forward" Service Club for young teens
Weekly Meetings held Wednesdays @ 1:30 pm at
The Fine Arts Center
Start up meeting June 19 @ 1:30 pm
Bring your favorite Sundae topping to share with the group!!
For more information 435-723-0740
Parents be prepared to sign an interest and consent form.
Looking forward to a great season of super exCiting service, creativity, and discovery.
We want to say a big Thank You to our latest guests MONROE CROSSING for their fun performance last Friday night. We had so much fun with some awesome Blue Grass music.
Coming up at the Fine Arts Center.....
June 12: Three week Music Time for 3-5 yr olds
Begins (10 am, call to pre-register)
June 17-21:1st Session of regular Art Camp begins
Theme: Reptiles, Lizards and Dinosaurs.
see summer programs for details
June 21, 22, and 24: Guest Theatre production
see information below
July 6-"Pirate Adventures" Puppet show.
Join us at 11 am each first Saturday for a new monthly puppet show as part of the World of Puppetry Museum. Large wide mouth puppets are featured in this 30 minute production geared to all ages. Then stay for this month's puppet search. Cost is $2 per person. The Museum, as of the first of July, will be Open the first and third Saturday of each month from 11 am to 2 pm. Doors will open the 1st Saturday 20 minutes before the show.
"Lucan" a new play written and directed by New York playwright Amanda Bradford- set for
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 22, & 24 produced by North Hills Church Troupe of Tremonton.
Show starts at 7:30 pm. An ancient village with an ancient tradition. Is it true or is it a dark and evil lie?
Tickets are $5 per person, kids 12 and under $3.
AUDITIONS FOR PEACH DAYS MELODRAMA: "The Perils of a Western Rose". Auditions are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday July 16 and 17. More information to come, or contact us at 435-723-0740 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ART-TELL was great!! Thank you to everyone who participated this year. Check here for pictures and details of our winners!!
The Chalk art was fun !!! Check out these great pictures and our winners.
World of Puppetry Museum Selects Student Logo Entries!
Improv Faction : For 9th grade and up starting again, Thursdays (6 to 7 pm)