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Arts and Culture Destinations
Below is a list of Arts and Culture Destinations in the state of Michigan. This list is to be used as a reference. If you are an arts and culture organization that can welcome school groups and are interested in being included in the database, CLICK HERE for the application.
Chippewa Nature CenterMidland Midland
Chippewa Nature Center (CNC) offers science and history based programs for preschool to high school groups both at the nature center or "On the Road"--where we go to the school. The programs are geared to meet the curricular needs of the teacher while being engaging and interesting for the students. All of the programs are correlated to Michigan's Great Level Content Expectations. We have more than 40 program offerings, as well as "traveling trunks" for rent and educator workshops.
Circle Pines CenterDelton Barry
Circle Pines Center is a member-based, non-profit, 501(c)3 education and recreation center. We run a children's summer camp and year round retreat center with programs for families, children and adults. We also organize and host an annual music festival, the Buttermilk Jamboree, the second full weekend in June. The organization owns 294 acres of land with rolling hills, hardwood and pine forests, meadows and frontage on Stewart Lake. We have miles of trails for hiking and cross-country skiing, diverse wildlife and an organic garden and orchard.
Circle Theatre of Grand RapidsGrand Rapids Kent
Circle Presents is a presenting series targeting school and family audiences with performances running from October through April.The goals of Circle Presents include exposing more young people to the arts and presenting the highest caliber artistic performances to schools and families.
Dance, Instrumental Music, Theatre, Vocal Music
City Opera HouseTraverse City Grand Traverse
As we celebrate our rich past and look toward an exciting future, our historic City Opera House is alive with new energy and anticipation. Since opening its doors in 1892, the "Grand Old Lady," as she is lovingly known, has hosted everything from plays, concerts and operettas, to gala balls, conventions and banquets. The City Opera House truly is a community-based, community-supported gathering space for Grand Traverse residents and visitors alike.
Colonial MichilimackinacMackinaw City Emmet
Give your kids a history lesson they don’t know they’re taking. From cannon firings to dressing in soldiers’ clothing to a walk through history, kids will learn as much here as they would in a classroom.
Dance, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts
Community Inclusive RecreationBattle Creek Calhoun
Every person has individual needs and desires. Health, personal, and social preferences are all addressed in the CIR programs. By creating a wide variety of activities for the mind and body, it encourages participants to be their best in all aspects of life.
Our services range from individual support to fully inclusive community activities. By guiding healthy activity choices, providing accessible transportation, financial assistance, and connections to a variety of fun activities, CIR strengthens the body and feeds the creative soul.
Dance, Theatre, Visual Arts
Cook Arts CenterGrand Rapids Kent
The Cook Arts Center offers different classes in a variety of artistic mediums including dance, clay, visual arts, music, sewing and theater. One time field trips can be arranged as workshops in any of these classes and sometimes weekly/monthly recurring field trips are set up so students can take classes over the course of a semester or other time period.
Copper Country Community Arts CouncilHancock Houghton
Since its inception the CCCAC has grown from a group of people that cultivated artistic exchange to a multifaceted arts organization that owns and operates an arts center with a large sales gallery representing local and regional artists, exhibition galleries, classroom and letterpress studio. The CAC provides opportunities for residents and visitors of all ages to experience art and art making.
Cranbrook Art MuseumBloomfield Hills Oakland
Cranbrook Art Museum would like to welcome your class to the Cranbrook campus! From its outset, the Cranbrook Educational Community has fostered a spirit of innovation and creativity in the fields of art, architecture, and design. It is from this legacy of ingenuity that Cranbrook Art Museum has developed a multifaceted range of educational programming that caters to learners of all ages and abilities, from kindergarten through collegiate.
Through object-based inquiry, students will engage with a selection of works drawn from current exhibitions, the Art Museum collection, and the Cranbrook campus. In the programs listed below, museum educators will lead students in compelling discussions that provoke critical thinking and facilitate enriched learning experiences.
Cranbrook Institute of ScienceBloomfield Hills Oakland
Science-based/themed field trips opportunities are available at Cranbrook Institute of Science. Subjects include Anthropology & Social Studies, Astronomy & Space, Earth Science, Ecosystems & Water, Life Science, Bats & Nocturnal Animals, and Physical Science. The Institute also offers a diverse collection of cultural objects available for research purposes.