CCA venues, including exhibition and performance spaces, can also be rented by the public and other university entities when not being used by Caine College of the Arts Programs.
Lifespan classes provide enriching experiences and a community for individuals with an interest in the visual arts, taught by USU MFA students in ceramics and painting.
The Youth Conservagory provides an opportunity for children ages 2-18, with varying abilities and backgrounds, to enjoy private piano lessons, group musicianship classes, and performance opportunities, with USU piano majors.
The Cache Children’s Choir inspires and nurtures children from diverse backgrounds to develop a lifelong love of singing, greater self-esteem, and good citizenship through excellent musical education and performance experiences.
The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (NEHMA) is a 23,000 square foot, four-level purpose-built facility that provides educational opportunities for USU undergraduate and graduate students pursuing professional careers in the museum field through on-the-job training, independent study, and internships.
The American Festival Chorus & Orchestra (AFCO) is a leading artistic voice in Northern Utah and enriches lives through education, performance, and choral art appreciation.
The Cache Valley Center for the Arts works to promote the arts throughout Cache Valley, the City of Logan, and the region. Please look at all of the Cache Arts directories for art, dance, music, and theatre offerings and services.
The Chamber Music Society of Logan provides high quality chamber music performances in a five-concert series each year. They also provide a link between the young people of the community and the professional music world with a variety of outreach programs.