Cultural Arts

The City of Milpitas is proud to offer a variety of art programs, which add to the vitality of the community. The Milpitas Arts and Culture Grant Program (MACG) is a competitive grant program where both group and individuals can apply for funding. The Phantom Art Gallery is located in the Milpitas Community Center. Display space is available for artists to display their work, once approved by the Arts Commission. Center Stage Perfoming Arts is a youth theatre program for ages 8-18. Center Stage Performing Arts is the contracted youth theatre program for ages 8 and up. Our young performers produce three shows throughout the year.

Current Scheduled Performances:

None at this Time, Please Check Back


Milpitas Community Concert Band:

The City of Milpitas Community Concert Band (MCCB) is in its 22nd Season. MCCB hosts several family-style concerts throughout the year along with performing at the City of Milpitas' Tree Lighting, Veterans and Memorial Day Ceremonies.

MCCB is always looking for new members and group collaborations! The band meets Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:00 pm at the Milpitas Senior Center (40 N. Milpitas Blvd.) Musicians skilled in woodwind, brass and percussion instruments are invited to join. Annual membership fee is just $30.00 for the August 2014-June 2015 season. New members may join at any time during the season. Members must provide their own instrument and be able to read and play music.

MCCB Photo Gallery

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The Arts Commission and Public Art Committee are two bodies that provide recommendations to the City Council on items related to art and public art in Milpitas.

Milpitas Arts Commission’s Mission Statement: “The Milpitas Arts Commission, in order to enhance the quality of life in its community, shall promote, provide and encourage the arts in the City of Milpitas.”


Recreation Services Hours:
457 East Calaveras Boulevard Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Main Phone: (408) 586-3210 Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Program Contact: Renee Lorentzen Phone: (408) 586-3409

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