Arts Leadership

Logan Arts Leadership Institute
The Logan Arts Leadership Institute was funded by a generous gift from Kay H. Logan and a grant from the E.E. Ford Foundation. Over the past four and a half years, it has been our pleasure to engage hundreds of youth in important conversations and training involving future leadership in the arts. While the funding has been fully utilized and the program has ended, we still firmly believe this is an important topic to explore with students who are passionate about the arts, and have built components of this program into our camp and academy curriculum. We would also point anyone interested in this topic to these great resources:

In order to cultivate arts leadership in the digital age and to funnel ideas, talents, and questions into an ongoing cultural dialogue, Interlochen Center of the Arts has launched Olio: a student-curated omnimedia website.

In October 2012, Interlochen hosted Information, Space and Time: The Arts, Creativity and Learning in the 21st Century, a four-day symposium featuring arts leaders and visionaries.