The Great Lakes Center for the Arts in Petoskey is preparing to announce its 2018 Premiere Summer Season line-up of performances with a mix of programming featuring dance, music, theater, comedy, and intellectual dialogue.
The Center’s announcement of the 2018 Premiere Summer Season on July 1… READ MORE
June 15, 2017
The Great Lakes Center for the Arts, in collaboration with Fifth Third Private Bank, hosted a very special evening June 15, 2017, with Michael Kaiser presenting, “The Importance of Healthy Arts Organizations in Thriving Communities.” The event took place at the Walloo… READ MORE
In just over a month, the Great Lakes Center for the Arts will announce our 2018 Premiere Summer Season programming! What can guests expect of the experience inside the state-of-the-art, 500-seat theater, along with outstanding performing artists? An exceptional theater immersion, due to cons… READ MORE
When the curtain goes up in July 2018 at the Great Lakes Center for the Arts, a new world-class performing arts experience will take center stage in Northern Michigan. The Center’s state-of-the-art 500-seat theater, located on the pristine shores of Lake Michigan in the Petoskey community of Ba… READ MORE
The Great Lakes Center for the Arts continues to build its leadership team and develop its governance structure, as construction progresses on this new social and cultural hub in Petoskey, MI. The Center’s Executive Director, Jill O’Neill, recently announced the expansion of… READ MORE
The Great Lakes Center for the Arts, a performing arts venue under development in Bay Harbor, recently announced its hiring of Beth Anne Eckerle as marketing director.
Eckerle, of Petoskey, brings a background in graphic design, writing, photography, social media and onlin… READ MORE
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The Great Lakes Center for the Arts, a performing arts venue under development in Bay Harbor, recently announced its hiring of Beth Anne Eckerle as marketing director.February 2, 2017Eckerle, of Petoskey, brings a background in graphic design, writing, photography, socia… READ MORE
An under-construction performing arts venue took on the added dimension of height this week in Bay Harbor, as crews began putting pre-formed concrete wall panels in place at the Great Lakes Center for the Arts.
Photo Courtesy of Petoskey News Review/Ryan Bentley
“The structural footings are in… READ MORE
Maris Harrington and Jill O’Neill from Great Lakes Center for the Arts received a check for $52,500 from the Rotary Club of Petoskey for the 2016 Diamonds & Denim event.
Rotary Serving Humanity. Rotary International District 6290
AS POSTED ON ROTARY CLUB OF PETOSKEY – 2811 FACEBO… READ MORE
The idea for the project came from the Great Lakes Center for the Arts in 1999 as a community cultural plan. Now it is coming to fruition.
The theater will have a 500 seat auditorium, a community engagement room for receptions and educational programs, a rooftop deck, and donor lounge.
Jill O’Neill… READ MORE