Summer Concert Series

Project led by Bowen House

About the project.

Built in 1831, the Bowen House is a historic home in the heart of downtown Logan that now serves as a community center for the arts. Photography exhibits, art shows, musical performances, and camps are just some of the many happenings featured. This summer, from June through July, the Bowen House will be featuring a Summer Concert Series in the lawn, to begin bringing life back to the arts through the COVID-19 pandemic. Proper safety guidelines will be followed so the Bowen House can provide the community with live performances from musicians like Jeff Daubenmire and Nick Cosgrove.

FAO staff comments.

Artist organizations and the arts are important sources for expression, inspiration, and building connections. And, while ensuring COVID safety regulations are honored, outdoor music events can be an enjoyable activity in a time when people welcome inspiring, safe connections. Events like these also highlight the impact art centers can have on the spirit of their community.

Project Status
Areas of Investment
Arts & Culture
Funds Raised

$800 to support the Summer Concert Series project today, and $800 to support similar projects through the I'm a Child of Appalachia Fund.

Benefits 1 county
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