|About||City Of Brighton Arts, Culture, and History Center|
Its a new name for the 1879 Old Town Hall - City Of Brighton Arts, Culture, and History Center.
The City of Brighton, Michigan, in keeping with its history of supporting the arts and preserving the history of the city, is providing the CoBACH Center for the home base of three cultural icons in the city of Brighton - Brighton's Own Livingston Players, the Brighton Area Historical Society and the Brighton Art Guild. These three 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations have been commissioned to work hard together to develop this center and help see that it is open to the public on a regular ba
Brighton's Own Livingston Players is the oldest Community Theater group in Livingston County, starting in 1962 they are currently celebrating 51 seasons! The Junior Player's features youth and teens 10 and up and offers monthly workshops/opportunities. The Blue Lantern on Main Music Series features local musicians.
The Brighton Area Historical Society is your connection to local history. Their goal is to discover and learn about our history because our past is worth preserving. Pop into the CoBACH Center often to see their wonderful Historical Displays on rotation!
The Brighton Art Guild began in 1999 when a small group of artists and art lovers met at the Brighton District Library to discuss the formation of a visual arts organization for the Brighton area. The goal was to benefit the artists and the community. Their mission is to foster and encourage the expression of the visual arts. Guild artists exhibit at the CoBACH Center throughout the year.