The Twin Falls Center for the Arts was first conceptualized by the Rotary Clubs of Twin Falls. After completing a feasibility study and brainstorming what they wanted to see in an arts and cultural center for the Magic Valley, the Rotarians began raising seed money for the project by putting on Jazz in the Canyon.

Eventually, the Rotary clubs and the Magic Valley Arts Council joined forces on the project and the Arts Council launched a full-fledged capital campaign. Over the next several years, planning and fundraising continued. Several downtown locations were considered as possible spaces for the arts center, but none of them seemed to fit the needs of the project.

Finally, a solution was found. A new construction project, located on the Snake River Canyon rim at River Vista, would create an innovative new business model by blending the for-profit and non-profit sectors to the benefit of all. The new building would contain a multipurpose auditorium, classroom spaces, office space for the Magic Valley Arts Council, and a variety of common areas, including an outdoor plaza with performance space.

The building is currently being built by Milestone Developers and is scheduled to open in October, 2010.

Twin Falls Center for the Arts
Magic Valley Arts Council
195 River Vista Place
PO Box 1158
Twin Falls, ID 83303