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 We believe good art experiences help students and adults not only learn new skills but develop their creativity, their self-confidence and their appreciation for community. 

THANK -YOU for your support !!!  

We are a 501 c (3)  nonprofit , your donations are tax deductible 

We have updated our YouTube channel with lots of fun videos!

Check them out  HERE

CURRENT HAPPENINGS

Summer is here!  A message from Executive Director, Dave Kafton

The Fine Arts Center is having a great summer! Our summer camps and classes are going well and it's great to see the excitement from our students.  We still have camps in July and August so be sure to check them out HERE


Youth and Teen Summer Camps & Classes are scheduled

and taking registrations!

We have more than doubled our summer classes so be sure to

check out all the fun options - Theatre, Art, Music, Puppetry,

Dance, Poetry, Script Writing

More info HERE




Better Than the Bowling Alley Concert

Featuring:

The Pity Committee

Psychedelic Purple w/ Citrus

July 1st 6:30 - 8:30 pm

$10 / seat

Get tickets HERE















The 39 Steps 

July 28 - August,  7:30 pm, 2:00 Saturday Matinee

$8 adults, $6 students, Get your tickets HERE

Take a juicy spy novel turned Hitchcock masterpiece,

add a splash of Monty Python, and you have an unforgettable,

award-winning comedy whodunit.





It's Time To Audition For Our Annual Melodrama

This year it is entitled "The Legend of Copper Canyon"

Directed by Abby Chambers Robinson and Geri Garfield

Audition Info Here




Steve McDonald Concert

Saturday, September 24, 7 pm  $15,  Tickets HERE
Steve McDonald 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 a number of albums including:

Sons of Somerland: Stone of Destiny;

Winter in Scotland, A Highland Christmas;   

Highland Farwell;  Legend:  Ballads and Battles; 

Days of Olden Glory; 

and My Heart Belongs to Scotland




Apollo Theatre Company

A "new generation" of Apollo Members Has Been Born!

Check out the list HERE


Did you miss last year's Melodrama?

Now you can watch "The Spirits of Santa Rosa" at home...  

Access pay-per-view though our YouTube Channel, HERE


* NEW "Creative Learning for Adults" Weekday classes and activities:

Watch for our program offerings starting in August. HERE






COME TAKE THE STAGE

There are lots of cool ways performers of all ages

can perform and share their talents with the community!

Check out this video for a sneak peek of the possibilities.







World of Puppetry Museum:

open most 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the Month 2 - 5 pm.  

This is a free event, however donations are welcome.  


The Fine Arts Center offers something for the whole family:

* Paint Party: 3rd Saturday of the month 1-4 pm, ages 12 & older.  Starting up again September 17. 

  See our Paint Party Gallery  HERE

* Pay it Forward, Youth Volunteer Service Club, ages 12 - 16, Tuesdays 3:45-5pm HERE
* Improv Night, Theatre Improvisation for teens and young adults,
monthly, Friday nights 5:00 -6:30 pm   Improv will be held July 8 and 22.   More info HERE

* Open Mic Night, Monthly, Saturday, 7pm.   Next open Mic Night will be July 16. 
At each monthly Open Mic Night we will be awarding a prize worth $50 to the people's choice winner each night so be sure to come share your talents or support your favorite performer(s)! More info HERE

Covid 19 Guidelines   The safety, health and wellbeing of our students, staff and participants is our primary concern.  Please review our complete Covid 19 Guidelines HERE

The Brigham City Fine Arts Center:

Where those skilled in visual and performing arts can teach and mentor students of all ages.

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