Midland Center for the Arts
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Midland Center for the Arts is a musical hall and museum located in Midland, Michigan.
It is located on 1801 Saint Andrews St., and is a primary hall for arts in Midland. It features a 1500-seat auditorium, plus a 400-seat theater for shows and events. The museum at the center, also known as the Hall of Ideas, features many displays of history, and features a rotating exhibit on the top floor. Free parking is provided in the lot in front of the building, so it is easily accessible for all ages. The design and history of the building are interesting, as it includes some of Alden B. Dow's architecture throughout.
The center hosts the Midland Symphony Orchestra, along with many other groups that travel to Midland. There are multiple art studios within the building, and classes are available to learn these trades.
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