The Ellen Eccles Theatre, Bullen Center, and Thatcher-Young Mansion are owned by the City of Logan and managed and operated by Cache Valley Center for the Arts, an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
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YEARS SERVING CACHE VALLEY
This is the 29th year Cache Valley Center for the Arts has been bringing National Touring shows, fostering arts in the community, and providing a space for artists to grow and learn.
PATRONS HAVE ATTENDED
THE ELLEN ECCLES THEATRE
Since its opening in 1993, CacheARTS, formerly the Capitol Arts Alliance, has provided a venue for local and touring companies in Cache Valley.
ART CLASSES HELD IN THE BULLEN CENTER EVERY YEAR
The Bullen Center has served as the art class hub for Cache Valley allowing for residents to learn painting, drawing, photography, art and many more artistic pursuits from age 3 to 103.
YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS AT WORK:
We're proud of the impact made in Cache Valley, but we don't deserve all the credit. While ticket prices and class enrollment help CacheARTS and the community, we have generous patrons who help support the arts by becoming a CacheARTS Member or Sponsor. From helping to fund our Capital Campaign for renovations to creating scholarships fund for art classes, we love our patrons. There are many ways to help support the arts in Cache Valley. Go to our DONATE NOW page to get started.
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Did you know our ushers are volunteers?
Every show you attend at The Ellen Eccles Theatre is staffed by generous volunteer ushers, without whom we would not be able to put on these incredible experiences. THANK YOU to each and every one of our ushers for their incredible work, and the more than 7,000 hours they dedicate to serving the arts in Cache Valley each year!
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CAPITOL ARTS ALLIANCE
Cache Valley Center for the Arts was formed as the Capitol Arts Alliance in 1989 to oversee the restoration of the Ellen Eccles Theatre, then Capitol Theatre, and the construction of the adjacent Bullen Center. The Founding Trustees worked closely with then-Mayor Newel Daines to create the public and private partnership that galvanized the community and culminated in an exquisite restoration.
The Capitol Arts Alliance was transitioned to Cache Valley Center for the Arts when the doors opened to the newly dedicated Ellen Eccles Theatre in 1993. Over 1.5 million patrons have attended the CacheARTS Presents Touring Season or one of our Resident events in the last 29 years.