Education: Adults

At MCFTA our learning and education programs are designed to help adults, students, teachers and families make certain that the arts remain an essential part of their lives.

Classes, Camps & Workshops

Museum School Adult Classes painting Midland Center for the Arts

Experience classes where education and inspiration intertwine!

Studio School

Make an investment in your artistic life! Students of all ability levels will gain the fundamental skills that lead to full artistic growth.

Heritage Series

Discover the role Midland County plays in our collective histories at educational and participative programs.

Fireside Chats

Midland County Historical Society Fireside Chats

Join a group of local residents as they share memories of yesteryear.

Center Stage Choirs

Center Stage Choirs

Experience the thrill of sharing your gift of song by becoming a member of one of our Center Stage Choirs!

Science Café Series

Explore science through engaging interactive talks on topics such as “The Chemistry of Cosmetics,” “Beer Brewing” and “Spring Garden Workshop.” Generously sponsored by Arbury Insurance Agency

Lectures & Films

Cultivate your interests with brilliant lecturers presenting programs that inspire and educate, and award-winning artistic, foreign language, comedic and dramatic films that are not usually seen in wide release.

Art from the Heart Scholarships

This scholarship fund assists under-served groups and individuals in our community. Funded in part by Maxwell K. Pribil Memorial Trust.

Center Stage Theatre Cast & Crew

Are you and actor, director, or stage manager who would like to refine your skills? Join us in our safe, supportive environment!

Minds on Art

Minds on Art is a FREE program for people who are living with Alzheimer’s disease (and other dementias) and their care partners. This is a unique opportunity for individuals in the early and mid-stages of the disease to have meaningful experiences through art. Please register through the Alzheimer’s Association. The next sessions will begin in April, 2016. When scheduled, the new dates will be posted here. For more information, please contact the Alzheimer’s Association at 800-272-3900.