IN ADDITION TO THE BELOW FEATURED SPACES, six small group instruction studios come equipped with a keyboard and a quiet, private environment ideal for personal instruction, one-on-ones, or small group instruction.
THE BURKE COMMONS
With its 3,200 square feet of space, central building location, spacious lounge furniture, and colorful decor, The Burke Commons is a warm and welcoming place for students to gather.
GOODMAN MAINSTAGE HALL
The recently renovated Goodman Mainstage Hall features round seating that can accommodate 142 people, black-box theater technical amenities, hardwood floors, and a swirling center floor design that students can congregate around.
ACOUSTIC UPGRADES help maintain consistency and better serve students’ education. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, poor acoustical design can result in excessive noise that is disruptive to the learning process and may negatively affect speech perception, student behavior, and educational outcomes.
YOUTH ARTS HALL
At 3,800 square feet and capacity for 300, the Youth Arts Hall is the largest of the MYAC rehearsal spaces. The hall features rolling curtains, balcony auditorium seating, an advanced light and sound system, and a spacious floor space where students can practice their music or other arts.
THE MOLITOR GARDEN COMMONS
The Molitor Garden Commons is a social commons space featuring comfortable lounge seating and designated work areas perfect for catching up on classwork or with classmates.
GOODMAN MAINSTAGE HALL and Youth Arts Hall feature hearing assist for additional accessibility.
RICHMAN CONSERVATORY HALL
In addition to rolling curtains, Richman Conservatory Hall’s large windows offer a well-lit and inviting arena for students to convene.
With capacity to seat 238 people that is also riser seating capable, Copland Hall is equipped for state-of-the-art stadium-style performances.
DIMMABLE LED LIGHTING helps create a better learning environment for young people on the autism spectrum who may be hypersensitive to bright lights.
With its mirrors, rolling curtains, and a baby grand piano, Wilson Hall is an ideal space for rehearsal and collaboration.
Whether it’s musical theory, choir, or band rehearsal, all classrooms at MYAC are designed as collaborative spaces to accommodate a wide range of classes and instruction.
TECHNOLOGY IN PROGRAM ROOMS enables live stream and digital meetings, along with camera, sound, and digital projection capabilities.
NAME A SPACE
The mission of MYAC is to provide a collaborative and nurturing environment through arts-in-education. With your support, we can continue to do so and ensure that all children have an opportunity to participate in critical arts education. Learn more about how you can support MYAC by joining our community through sponsorship or naming a space.