Help us build The Curtis Center for Arts and Education
The Curtis Center will be a “college-like” campus for individuals with disabilities and community members to enhance their academic, artistic, and athletic abilities.
The Curtis Center will provide vocational development skills and employment opportunities through theater ticket and concession sales, greenhouse sales such as holiday pumpkins, janitorial opportunities both inside and outside the center, and set building and tech support for the theater.
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The campus will consist of three building learning and growth – a home for educational and vocation pursuits, movement and play – home for athletic events, tournaments and personal fitness and arts and gathering – a place of performance
LEARNING AND GROWTH BUILDING
Sculpting, pottery, technology, photography, academics including sciences, social studies, mathematics, language arts, vocational training and social skills training will occur within the walls of the learning and growth building.
MOVEMENT AND PLAY BUILDING
Fitness, cardio, weight training, personal physical improvement, individual and team athletic practices, tournaments allowing personal development and athletic opportunity in the movement and play building.
ARTS & GATHERING
The glorious open lobby will welcome all who enter the Arts & Gathering Building. Art shows, musical and theatrical performance, gathering and celebrating will take place in this beautiful facility.
Gardening classes, spring time potting plants and holiday poinsettias grown for resale will be provided with the outdoor / indoor greenhouse. The greenhouse will provide opportunity for vocational development through sale of products grown as well as providing a sense of accomplishment while watching plant growth.
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The Site of The Curtis Center will be located on 2100 North in Lehi, Utah.
This thoroughfare has direct access to I-15 and is 1.5 miles away from UTA Tracks and Bus Services for easy access for attendees from Utah County and Salt Lake County.
The facility will face beautiful Mt. Timpanogos with the Jordan River area bordering the property.
The site lends itself well to parkway development for future outdoor activities such as a pumpkin patch, gardening, wilderness walkways for exercise.