Imagine a place where art, science, history, music, theatre, dance, films, camps, classes and professional world-class entertainers all live under one roof! This is Midland Center for the Arts, a beautiful landmark facility where people of all ages are invited to create as well as appreciate and explore these many areas of interest. With two performance venues, two museums, art studios, lecture halls, a historical campus and more, Midland Center for the Arts is unique among arts centers: it encourages participation in as well as appreciation for art, music, science and history.
Located in Midland, Michigan, Midland Center for the Arts is just a 2-hour drive from Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Traverse City, enjoys handy access to US-10 and M-20, and offers convenient amenities to make your visit a pleasure:
- Ample free parking with safe, easy access to the building
- A gift shop where you’ll find unique and beautiful items
- Our Saints & Sinners Lounge where you can enjoy a drink, meet friends and relax before and after the show
“Midland Center for the Arts envisions a world where the arts, sciences and humanities are not a frill, but a fuel for innovation, creativity, inspiration and fulfillment. It’s a magical place in our community, celebrating who we were, who we are and who we will be. There are so many ways you can help the Center stay vibrant! Volunteer your time, talent and energy; attend a performance or exhibit; purchase a subscription; or make a donation – and invite a friend to do the same! Visit Midland Center for the Arts to find out what it will mean to you!”
~ Terri Trotter, President & CEO
Midland Center for the Arts is composed of six member groups: Alden B. Dow Museum of Science & Art, Center Stage Choirs, Center Stage Theatre, MATRIX:MIDLAND, Midland County Historical Society and Midland Symphony Orchestra.