ORIGINS OF THE DREAM ...
When Maui Arts & Cultural Center (MACC) opened the distinctive gates on its new
performing arts complex in 1994, it was the culmination of a 30-year dream for the
- This is a gathering place where the community can celebrate creativity in personal and
shared experiences of the arts;
Itâ€™s a world-class facility where popular and innovative performing artists can be
enjoyed ... connecting our community to the world;
Itâ€™s an educational resource, serving all ages from pre-school to adult, enhancing arts
education in schools and professional development for teachers;
Itâ€™s an exhibit space for visual artists from Hawaiâ€˜i, North America and beyond;
Itâ€™s a multi-disciplinary complex offering dance studio, meeting room and function
spaces for the community-at-large.
Enjoy the ...
- 1200-seat, three-tier Castle Theater with premium quality sound;
300-seat, multi-purpose/black box McCoy Studio Theater;
5000-seat capacity outdoor Alexander & Baldwin Amphitheater;
The Pa, outdoor performance platform dedicated to hula;
4100-square foot, museum-quality Schaefer International Gallery;
Yokouchi Pavilion concert stage under a glass-capped roof;
Founders Courtyard, featuring bistro dining, built-in beverage and food service bars.
MACC is a private 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer board of
directors and supported by the generosity of people who love Maui.
Our symbol ...
MACCâ€™s logo is a petroglyph image of a human being releasing a bird into flight. This
action symbolizes the freedom of expression that lies at the heart of all creative