The College of Southern Idaho's Fine Arts Center has been the cultural hub for Twin Falls and the Magic Valley for more than
40 years. With the distinction of being the very first building on the brand new CSI campus in 1968, the Fine Arts Center
demonstrated CSI founder Dr. James Taylor's dedication to a cultural cornerstone for the new college.
Since that time, the CSI Fine Arts Center has been the location of thousands of performing arts events and conferences. From college productions to world class touring shows, student recitals to nationally-renowned speakers, corporate meetings to youth summer day camps, the CSI Fine Center has it all!
The Fine Arts Center is the home to the CSI Music, Theatre, and Communication Departments and regularly showcases the talent of College of Southern Idaho students and faculty. In addition to an impressive array of classrooms, labs, rehearsal spaces, and faculty offices, the CSI Fine Arts Center offers three performance facilities – the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium, the CSI Fine Arts Theatre, and the CSI Fine Arts Recital Hall. These facilities, along with the sweeping two-story Fine Arts Atrium, are available for local and commercial rental.
The CSI Fine Arts Center provides excellent access for the physically challenged, being equipped with three entrance ramps, accessible restrooms, and ample space for wheelchair seating in excellent locations.