Covey Center for the Arts

The Covey Center for the Arts is Provo's finest art center. Nomen Global students were lucky enough to get a behind-the-scenes tour of everything in the Center, including a look at their art galleries, theater, and back stage.

The following is a list of the facilities that we toured at the Covey Center (information taken from their website).
  • 42,000 total square feet
  • 670-seat performance hall
  • Three dance studios furnished with piano, ballet bars and mirrors (can be used as separate spaces or as one large studio space); performance stage in east studio (Studio Theater)
  • Brinton Black Box Theater (seats 60)
  • Two art galleries: 1,620 square-foot Secured Gallery (60' x 27') and the Eccles Gallery (lower lobby)
  • Large boardroom with kitchen/serving area
  • Full-service box office
  • Two backstage dressing rooms/green rooms with lockers and make-up mirrors (can be used separately or as one large space); and a Black Box dressing room
  • State-of-the-art sound system
  • Full theatrical lighting system
  • Full theatrical fly (75 feet)
  • Full orchestra pit, with cover
  • Access to orchestra pit from audience and/or backstage
  • Audience area: no seat is further than 60 feet from the front of the stage
  • On-site laundry facilities
  • Loading dock with hydraulic lift for easy access and load-in
  • Ramp and stair access to stage from audience
  • Elevator with accessibility to front entrance and all levels
  • Ample parking on south side of building (accessible from 100 South; see map below)
  • Television broadcast-ready
  • All studios and support spaces have access to back stage
  • Stage area sizes: 50-foot proscenium opening, 34 feet from back wall to grand curtain, 17 feet from grand curtain to front of orchestra pit
Take a look at a few of the pictures we took from our tour.

To see more pictures of the Covey Center and the places we visited, click here.

"It was crazy that there were so many rooms. I was also amazed about the prices for the paintings!" - Kevin, Ecuador
"It was good! I got to learn about a new place to visit in Provo." - Mario, Indonesia

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