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What is the Flint Cultural Center Corporation (FCCC)?

As a nonprofit organization established in 1992, the Flint Cultural Center Corporation is committed to making sure the Flint Cultural Center continues to be a vibrant and comfortable gathering place for everyone in our community by taking care of the campus grounds and buildings, coordinating Cultural Center campus-wide programs and events, and directly supporting its member organizations: Sloan*Longway and The Whiting. The Flint Youth Theatre, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint Institute of Music, and Flint Public Library are independent and valued Cultural Center partners.

Each of these extraordinary organizations, in turn, provides a rich variety of high-quality experiences, innovative opportunities and important education resources that make our community a better place to live and for our children to grow and learn. Each organization has many faces: the faces of talented staff, dedicated volunteers, and generous donors. The faces of engaged students, entertained audiences and loyal visitors. The faces of friends, family and neighbors. The Cultural Center is your place - and we'd love to see your face!



2013-2014 Annual Report

In a conscious effort to do more for the community while using fewer resources, we have posted our 2013-2014 Annual Report online. Doing so allows up to share this information with a greater number of friends, reduces mailing and printing costs, and is environmentally sensitive. We invite you to join in our efforts by viewing the annual report digitally and we thank you for your support.

To view the report online, click here.




FCC Master Plan

In 2014, the FCCC initiated an update to the 2003 master plan for the FCC campus to re-examine the goals of the plan, as well as its recommendations, and to address several issues and opportunities that had emerged. This master plan update defines an exciting new vision for the Flint Cultural Center campus that is guided by the FCCC’s mission, and responds to current challenges. The vision is framed around six ‘Big Ideas’ that together leverage the FCC’s unique urban setting and the potential for enhanced connections with surrounding arts, cultural, and educational institutions.

To view the report online, click here.