Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center
800 E Campus Drive
Provo, Utah County, Utah, 84602
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The Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center is the main location for Brigham Young University's College of Fine Arts and Communications, housing most of the college's departments and divisions.
The HFAC was designed by architect William Pereira in the Brutalist style of architecture popular at the time of its construction. The building was inaugurated in 1964.
The HFAC houses the School of Music, the Department of Theatre and Media Arts, the Department of Art, the Department of Design, and BYU Arts Production.
The HFAC has over 100 rooms of various types, including 53 practice rooms and four art galleries.
The building has seven pipe organs that are considered to be amongst the most notable in Utah, the oldest of which dates back to 1970, although it has since been largely rebuilt.
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