Founded by Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Access: Art, draws upon the growing arts organizations in the Greater Lansing area by collaborating and offering discounted tickets and events. We want you to have access to arts of all genres at an affordable price.
Free Master Classes
Each partner organization offers free classes. Check out the events tab to see if any are coming up.
Receive $5 tickets to partner organization\’s shows and events. See a full listing through the events tab.
Check out our blog! You can become a published writer for it by joining the Press Corps. If you write for the blog, you get free tickets to any show you review or preview. Contact Us below if you are interested.
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Best part is, you can get all of these benefits for free. Just click the SIGN UP button in the menu above.
What we do
Accessible art for the teen generation.
Access Art offers you $5 tickets to professional arts organizations in the Greater Lansing area. The best part is: It’s free to join! Seriously. Once you join, we will send you the pass and you are ready to enjoy dance, theater, music, and art. Don't stop there, we offer free master classes and workshops through all partner organizations. You can also join the Press Corps and write previews and reviews of shows, events, galleries, and more!
Wanna see which awesome events you can get $5 tickets to?
Access: Art Blog
You can become a writer for our blog! Contact us today!
Review of PULP at Williamston Theatre By: Genevieve Brown Once you enter into the Williamston Theatre’s blackbox the world is transformed. This time we are taken to Los Angles in the year 1933. In this classic mystery comedy ensues with many unexpected turns. In this rolling world premiere of PULP, Frank Ellery a “washed-up”[…]
By: Genevieve Brown The Williamston Theatre. It looks like any other store front in Williamston but once you step inside it has a warm and homey feel and the theatre takes you to a whole new place. This time with the play Too Much, Too Much, Too Many we were taken to the home and[…]
Review written by Bonny Brownridge of Dansville The halls were certainly decked at the Holiday Pops concert last Sunday. The stage highlighted a giant wreath, poinsettias and even six evergreen trees. A few performers were really feeling the holiday spirit, wearing festive socks and even putting lights on their instruments. The Arts Chorale of Greater[…]
Hey Everybody! Welcome to Access Art! This is an exclusive pass to the Greater Lansing arts scene and it is free to join. Well, as long as your age 12-19 and go to a middle or high school, then you can join. This brand new program has been put together by the lovely staff[…]