Pay It Forward

After a brief holiday break, our Teen Youth Volunteer Service  group  Looks  forward to meeting On Wednesday afternoons again starting  January 6. Interested teen 12-16  years are welcome. 

More information HERE


Please help support the Fine Arts Center

Our Mission is Empowering lives through the Arts. We are an IRS 501 C (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and providing affordable fine arts opportunities for youth and families in the community. No child is turned away because of inability to pay. 

*All donated funds go directly to supporting classes and programs.  We offer free bi-monthly parent child preschool programs, afterschool classes, summer camps, a year round theatre program for youth and adults, year round free teen activities, adult classes and a nationally recognized World of Puppetry Museum.

Donations help us keep these programs affordable and/or free so that no child is left out because of inability to pay.  We also welcome funds to help cover the building renovation or supporting a concert series. 

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We are also part of "Give Local" for Box Elder county.
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12" - 18" metal note engraved with your name prominently displayed on the turquoise accent wall in the Fine Arts Center's entry way.

Donations from  $5,000 + ..............  18" Gold note

                              $2,500 - $4,999 .... 15" Silver note

                              $1,000 - $2,499 .... 12" Bronze note

6" note engraved with your name prominently displayed in the Fine Arts Center's entry way.

Donations from

$500 - $999 .... Gold note

$250 - $499 .... Silver note

$100 - $249 .... Bronze note                              

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January 12, 2021

Happy New Year!  Despite all the hassles, concerns, masks, and worries about the Covid pandemic, we feel lucky to have stayed healthy, and  are grateful for a chance to have worked with and shared with several hundred youth this past year.  December ended with a youth theater class final program, 4 Gift making sessions with over 70 youth, 2 Ginger Bess concerts, and the release of the virtual Christmas show that our  teen Apollo theater students put together.  We're also remembering good times with a few summer camps and afterschool art classes, paint party sessions, a great September Melodrama, a surprisingly fun Talent show, a well done teen Halloween production and more.  A big thanks to all our grantors and all the individual donors who helped to make it all happen.  Please take a peek at our sponsor page and help us thank them.  From the state Department of Arts and Museums to United Way, some awesome individual donors  and the Brigham City Community Services grant,  we have been enabled to reach out in so many ways.  


MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. ACTVITY DAY: On Monday, January 18 we will be hosting a fun activity highlighting  equality and friendship,  for youth ages 5 - 12.   Kids can be signed  up  for one of two session:  9:30 - 10:30 am or  11:30 am to 12:30 pm.  The activity will include a puppet craft, stories, puppet show and information about Martin Luther King Jr.   Covid safety guidelines will be followed with  limited enrollment numbers and masks  required. Pre-registration recommended.  This event is free ( $1-$2 donations welcome)  Made possible in part with help from United Way of Northern Utah.   More info and reservation information HERE

AUDITIONS  FOR TEENS: Our Annual teen production this year will be Time and Time Again,  to be directed by Annette Macfarlane.  This magical musical with a story line that is a  bit of a take off from Back to the Future has great reviews and can cast up to 20 students.  Auditions were held January 11  with a few parts still needing to be filled.  Rehearsals will be  Monday and Wednesday evenings  starting the following  Jan 18 through April 7. The show is scheduled to be on stage April 8-10 and 11th.  This is a great opportunity for teens who are looking for a chance to further develop their theater skills and have fun in the process. Masks will be required for audition and rehearsals (until the Covid situation settles down).  Feel free to call to schedule  an  audition time. 435-723-0740.

MUSICAL THEATRE DANCE WORKSHOP FOR TEENS: Stephan Millsap is going to teach teens the art of Musical dance moves and techniques  in this fun workshop on Saturday Jan 30   Limited space available.  A Workshop for 5-7th grade students is set for 9 to 11:30, with a second workshop for 8th grade and up 12:30 to  3pm.  The fee is $35 with some scholarships available on request. More info HERE


Artists and Creatives: We held our first "Art Incubator"  gatherings on January 6th.  We will be holding group meetings monthly and our next gatherings will be on Wednesday, February 3 at 7:00 pm and on Wednesday, February 10 at 11:00 am.  Come to whichever meeting time is most convenient for you.   This support group and maker space hopes to  inspire artists and offer resources and support.  More Info HERE. 

The World of Puppetry Museum is now open on first and third Saturdays
from 1:00-4:00 pm. Please call a day ahead to schedule a visit.

NEXT PAINT PARTY : February 13, 1pm  "Sunset on the Beach".  More info HERE

SAFETY MEASURES:   We are part of  "Stay Safe to Stay Open" and will be following Covid safety guidelines.  Audiences and students are being  asked to wear masks, and maintain

social distancing. We will do our part in regular sanitizing.

 Keep washing  your hands, wear your masks, and stay healthy!  

Susan Neidert for The Fine Arts Center 

We are offering

FREE online ink drawing class


Help Us Keep

Our Boat Afloat!

 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. We have enjoyed helping over 4500 youth a year and would like to continue to do so. While we have been able to keep a few programs going during the Covid 19 pandemic, it has been a challenge and required learning new video skills.
Teen classes require more scholarships and most virtual classes are being offered for free. We’ve also lost rent income that helped us make ends meet. We are hoping to raise $3600 to help us stay on track and KEEP  classes going. 

Please consider helping. Thanks to some really awesome people,  we are a two thirds  of the way there! 

Donate $100 or more and get your name engraved on a musical note prominently displayed in the Fine Arts Center's

Ticket Booth Tower. 

Week 12 of our
"Help Us Keep Our Boat Afloat" Fundraiser!
Donate at the right or at 

IMPROV FACTIONImprov is scheduled to meet next on Friday February  12   6:00 to 7:30 pm , with plans to again start meeting twice per month

Here is our latest Promotional Video

"Help Us Keep Our Boat Afloat" 

Other groups that use the Fine Arts Center

*Tanner Dance: U of U creative dance satellite program, Satelite Class in Brigham City by Sandy Christensen - to be postponed for the 2020-2021 school year. 

*Guitar Lessons w/Austin Weyand: group & private lessons ( Tuesdays or Thursdays as arranged. 

*Art Lessons w/Kelly Donavan: or call  435-225-3536

*Discounts for any of these programs are not guaranteed by the Fine Arts Center, but are provided by the individual instructors and/or the programs they represent. 

Next Open Mic Night 

is scheduled for Saturday, Jan 16 at 7 pm

Hope to see you there!

Paint Party

February 13,   1-4 pm

     Come join us for a fun afternoon where you will create a beautiful 11  14" oil painting

"Sunset on the Beach"

Click Here to register

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

Watch for our

Winter / Spring Classes 

 beginning 3rd week in January.

Vocal Performance Group

Youth Theatre



Teen Drawing

All CDC Health requirements observed.


Wednesday, February 3, 7 pm and
Wednesday, February 10, 11 am

Come and share ideas and inspirations,

for artists, creatives and wanna-be's


AUDITIONS FOR TEENS:  Monday , January 11 at 6:30 pm .  Our Annual teen production this year will be Time and Time Again, to be directed by Annette Macfarlane. This magical musical with a story line that is a bit of a take off from Back to the Future has great reviews and can cast up to 20 students. Auditions are planned for  January 11 with Monday and Wednesday night rehearsals starting the following week through April. Emphasis will be on character development.  Feel free to call for questions .  Plan to read from script and bring  a four measure song to sing. 

Time and Time Again Auditions 
Monday, January 11th  and by appointment

Ages 14 - 17.  If interested call to find out more info.  435-723-0740

Musical Theatre Dance Workshop for Teens
January 30
5 - 7 grade: 9 - 11:30 am
8 grade and up:  12:30 -3 pm
$35 - include T-shirt
 Pay and Pre-register   HERE
More info HERE