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Center of Possibility Capital Campaign

For more than 50 years, Midland Center for the Arts has been a regional destination for immersive exploration, historical research, artistic expression, and scientific discovery; and now, the Center invites the community to imagine and build an art and STEM Center filled with endless possibilities for learning, creativity, and connection.

While we work to build a restored, refreshed, and more open museum for scientific discovery and artistic expression, follow us for exciting new museum programs in tandem with our Pop-Up Exhibitions!

Art Exhibits

Transport yourself to new places and artistic dreamscapes with one of the Center's Art Exhibitions throughout the Brick Lobby!

Midland County Historical Society


Discover the history of Midland County through the preservation and exploration of our archives and collections, special events and cemetery tours, and by listening to our oral history accounts on the "Midland In Our Own Words" podcast.

STATUS OF THE MUSEUM

Continuing to Secure FEMA Dollars for the Recovery Of Our Facilities

Our teams are working tirelessly with the local, state and national levels to secure the necessary funding to repair and improve our facilities from what was lost in the historic flooding of May 2020.

The Hall of Ideas, the upper floors of the Alden B. Dow Museum of Science & Art and Historical Museums at Heritage Park continue to remain closed due to flood damage to our facility, but we are now offering pop-up exhibits for the community!
Chicago Field Museum
Air Zoo

Explore Museums Wherever You Visit


By having a Museum Membership you gain access to FREE or discounted admission to hundreds of Science Centers and History Museums all around the world. Be a member with us in Midland and experience benefits wherever you travel! 

Midland Center for the Arts is enrolled in the Blue Star Museums program. Blue Star Museums offers free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel including National Guard and Reserve and their families each summer. The program begins on Armed Forces Day in mid-May and ends on Labor Day at the beginning of September.