Museums, Artists & Music

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  • Ami Simms a Flushing quilter
  • Artist Michael P. Frase Swartz Creek artist
  • Buckham Gallery an artist-run nonprofit fines arts gallery in visual and performance art for Flint and surrounding areas.
  • Buick Gallery & Research Center The Gallery features over 25 classic and concept Buick's, Chevrolet's and other locally built automobiles. Regular feature cars exhibited include our five concept cars designed by Buick: 1951 XP-300, 1954 Wildcat II, 1956 Centurion, 1963 Silver Arrow I, and 1977 Phantom. A Hellcat Tank Destroyer built by Buick during World War II is also on display.
  • Children's Museum One of Mid-Michigan's top places to visit with children. Over 40 hands-on educational exhibits and fun things to do for children up to 10 years old.
  • Clio Amphitheater Site of the Clio Area Summer Music Festival
  • Dan Hall, songwriter and musician A Flint-area musician who performs throughout the area; has several albums; often plays for children
  • Fenton Museum The A.J. Phillips Fenton Museum is an original building from 1900. AJ Phillips' heirs donated the building to the city in 1906. 
  • Flint Cultural Center The Flint Cultural Center offers an amazing variety of educational programs through our institutions. These programs are designed to enrich the lives of all, from pre-school children to senior citizens.
  • Flint Institute of Arts A visitor on our site will find infomation on present and upcoming art exhibitions. They will also find information on classes that are offered through the museum art school. Special events including: lectures, art fair, and winetasting will be included as well.
  • Flint Institute of Music The Flint Institute of Music is a place where lives are truly transformed through the power of the arts. Whether you are interested in music, dance or drama, a wide array of performance and educational opportunities await you .
  • Flint School of Performing Arts The Flint School of Performing Arts (FSPA), with more than 3,500 students, is the largest community school of the arts in Michigan, and one of the eight largest in the US. In our state-of-the-art facility students of all ages, from infants to senior citizens, discover an amazing world of music and dance.
  • Flint Symphony Orchestra For more than 20 years, the FSO has had Music Director and Conductor, Maestro Enrique Diemecke at its helm. He takes time from his busy schedule as Music Director and Conductor of the Long Beach Symphony (CA) and the Buenos Aires Philharmonic at the Teatro Colon as well as guest conducting with orchestras around the world to come to Flint. 
  • Flint Youth Theatre Since 1957, Flint Youth Theatre's nationally-acclaimed, award-winning inter-generational programming has provided Flint area residents with opportunities to experience the unique joys of discovery and self-expression through the performing arts.
  • Flushing Area Museum & Cultural Center The Flushing Depot was built in 1888 and provided passenger service until 1971. In 1975 it was converted to the "Depot Restaurant," but in 1980 a fire gutted the building leaving only the outside walls standing. In February 1984 the former owners donated the remains of the building to the Flushing Area Historical Society. The Depot was restored to its former appearance and opened as the Flushing Area Museum and Cultural Center on June 7, 1997.
  • Grand Blanc Heritage Museum In 1976 the City of Grand Blanc gave the Association a single room to display items collected from its members. The Heritage Museum has since grown to two floors filled with exhibits. These items have been donated to the Association for the education and enjoyment of the community.
  • Great Lakes Swing Dance Club Second site for same organization that promotes and enjoy swing dancing
  • Gregg Bugala's I am a professional mural artist from Fenton.
  • Hemplady Crafts This site offers unique custom hemp jewelry and beaded jewelry featuring individually hand crafted polymer clay beads, your name on rice, art and craft supplies, arts and crafts supply links, arts and crafts show listings in the USA, art and craft links, information for the artist and crafter, books, and more!
  • Longway Planetarium The Robert T. Longway Planetarium was dedicated on June 26, 1958. Featuring 285 seats under an impressive 60-foot dome, the Longway Planetarium is Michigan’s largest planetarium
  • Marvins Garden Business specializing in art and iron design
  • Michael's craft supplies
  • Sloan Museum Regional history, historic automobiles and hands-on science are major features of the Sloan Museum. Dramatic settings, video programs and hundreds of artifacts and photographs portray the area’s tumultuous 20th century history in the Flint and the American Dream exhibit.
  • Touring Arts Association Music Directory, Michigan Culture Link, includes information on area musicians
  • Whiting Auditorium The Whiting provides facilities, programs and services to promote and support the presentation of the best regional, national and international performing artists.
  • William C. Byrd Young Artist Competition for Musicians The Byrd Competition Web site contains information about the prestigious annual music competition, sponsored by the St. Cecilia Society, the scholarship affiliate of the Flint Institute of Music
  • William R. Stolpin: Artist - Printmaker Bill is a local artist and printmaker. A retired engineer, Mr. Stolpin is the resident artist for the Robert T. Longway Planetarium in Flint Michigan. He is also currently a member of the art faculty at the Flint Institute of Arts.