Summer Arts Camp Program
University of Michigan sophomore and 2010 Academy alumna Emily Pittinos wins five writing awards in the Avery and Jule Hopwood Underclassmen Contest.
Delali Ayivor, a creative writing student at Interlochen Arts Academy, has been named a Presidential Scholar in the Arts. The 18 year-old senior is the 41st Arts Academy student to earn the distinction of being named a Presidential Scholar.
Two Academy playwrights have created a new play, which was performed by theatre students in a staged reading.
Brittany Newell, a junior from Belvedere, California, has been selected as the winner of the 2010-2011 Virginia B. Ball Creative Writing Competition.
Danny Rothschild, an Academy senior and creative writing major was one of ten winners in the 2010 Young Playwrights, Inc. National Playwriting Competition. As part of this honor, his play, “A Ninth Time” was presented in January 2011, during the Young Playwrights Conference in New York City.
Senior year has been a busy and productive one, for Academy creative writer Margaret “Emi” Nietfield, who has received a variety of honors, awards and scholarships.
This spring, several Interlochen Arts Academy students earned high honors through the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. The competition was founded in 1923 and is recognized as the longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for student achievement in the visual arts and creative writing in the U.S.
Admission Counselor, Summer Arts Camp