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As a precaution against the COVID-19 Virus, and in compliance with current best practices as advised by government agencies, Midland Center for the Arts is temporarily closed to visitors through April 13.

The Center’s mission is to be a cultural destination where people can connect and engage. While we will not be doing that in large groups over the next few weeks, we take that mission very seriously. As such, you will see new opportunities coming from the Center that provide the chance to engage students who are out of school and people who are staying home in art, science and community dialogue. Using the hashtag #MakeArtVirtual, digital activities and other technology-based learning and entertainment opportunities are now available to our region and beyond. From your home, you can try new activities like vocal exercises led by a Broadway performer; challenging your knowledge of Midland County history with fun pop quizzes; or even getting outside in nature to explore with a scavenger hunt, science recipe or art project.

Our goal is to assist and support families in our community and sustain our students’ intellectual curiosity as we implement the directed policies aimed at “flattening the curve” of the Coronavirus spread. 

This is a rapidly-evolving situation and we appreciate your patience while we process this unprecedented disruption to our operations. We thank you for your understanding during these extraordinary times. Most importantly, take care of yourself and your loved ones. We’ll get through this together.

Postponements and Temporary Closing Details

Notification of postponed and canceled events are being communicated directly with ticket purchasers, on the website and on our social media channels. We ask for your patience as we work to reach everyone.  Rest assured, we expect to follow up with all of our ticket holders within ten days of schedule changes with information regarding next steps. Currently affected events include:

  • Okee Dokee Brothers — postponed to date tbd
  • Josh Turner — postponed to date tbd
  • The Buddy Holly Story — postponed to date tbd
  • Echo in the Canyon - MATRIX:MIDLAND Film — canceled
  • Comedy Night April — canceled
  • Kids Kabaret, March 21 – rehearsals and performance canceled
  • Uncorked — canceled through April 2
  • Interlochen's The Sleeping Beauty - canceled
  • Miss Nelson Has a Field Day - postponed to date tbd

All museums at Midland Center are closed to visitors through April 13.

Studio school classes are being postponed, and students will be notified directly about the new schedule and other arrangements.

Our youth choir rehearsals are being cancelled through April 13.  Parents will receive information about potential online live streaming rehearsals and other virtual education opportunities. 

Peanut Gallery auditions at the end of March will be rescheduled and further information forthcoming on the website. 

These websites have further information, best practices and updates: