Education & Outreach Programs
The magic of the Arts can inspire passion, nurture creativity, and encourage cooperation. Introducing students to the Arts is something we take seriously. Throughout the year, the Macomb Center offers many opportunities for community members to have the experience of a lifetime in our professional performing arts center.
The Macomb Center has built a reputation for excellence by providing the resources to engage, enhance, and extend the creative skills of students in elementary through high school. Thanks to our enriching Summer Workshops, lively show choirs, and the long-standing Macomb Children’s Chorus, we have been the premiere destination in Macomb County for experiencing the Arts for more than 30 years.
The Macomb Center is home to several Show Choir Programs for students in junior high and high school. Junior High Workshop is designed for teachers and their students to experience the full impact of a show choir camp in a compact time frame. Magic Company, a select high school Show Choir program, and the Garfield Singers, our junior high choir, offer students prolonged opportunities to grow artistically. Through participation in these programs, students learn the craft from professional vocal clinicians and choreographers while gaining self-esteem and developing lifelong friendships.
The Macomb Children's Chorus, our year-long choral program for students in grades 2-12, enhances and expands upon the musical opportunities children receive in their school and church choirs.
The Macomb Center also offers Page to Stage, a series of student matinee performances presented by leading professional theatres. Enhanced by study guides and curriculum connections for teachers, these performances offer the chance to experience world class productions and inspire a love of theatre while fostering learning.
To find out more about these programs and how you can become involved, contact our Education & Outreach Office at 586.226.4759 or email ArtsEducation@macomb.edu.