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A year long community project ends in fire, light and creation.
Director Michael Mittelstaedt talks about teaching visual storytelling—and its role in understanding art and oneself—on MPA’s 10th anniversary
The search for the next President of Interlochen continues on schedule.
This June, Interlochen singer-songwriter students hit the road for an east coast tour.
From IPR's Meg Gruits, an interview with NY Phil Biennial guest conductor Christopher Rountree.
Tune in on June 12, 2016, and find out which Interlochen alumni earn Tony Awards honors.
From IPR's Meg Gruits, an interview with NY Phil Biennial contributing composer Hannah Lash.
Interlochen alumni featured among those nominated in the 61st annual awards.
The "Artists of Interlochen" concert series heads to Kirkbride Hall at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons this Spring.
Composer Ashley Fure visited Interlochen in preperation of the NY Phil Biennial.
From IPR's Meg Gruits, an interview with Interlochen Dance Company member Jonatan Myhre Jørgensen.
Interlochen flutist Mei Stone spent her weekend in Washington, D.C. playing alongside the Marine Band. She was also recently featured on the classical music program From The Top.
The National Endowment for the Humanities’ traveling exhibit Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints: Popular Art of the Northeast of Brazil comes to Interlochen.
From IPR's Meg Gruits, an interview with NY Phil Biennial contributing composer Ashley Fure.
Interlochen Arts Campers and alumnus featured on NPR Weekend Edition.
News and updates about alumni, former employees and more.
A look back at Northern Michigan author and poet Jim Harrison's 1986 visit to Interlochen Center for the Arts.
Taking a look at the history of "Sound the Call" at Interlochen Arts Camp.
Join us in saying goodbye to our fellow friends, family and alumni of Interlochen Center for the Arts.
Gilbert, who is working on the 2018 Solar Orbiter launch, gives much credit to Interlochen's science classes for fueling her passion for physics.
In his artwork, Grosser asks the kind of questions that have become central to a society growing ever more dependent on software, operating systems and artificial intelligence.
Seven Interlochen Arts Academy students win national honors in the 2016 Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards.
The program, under the direction of David Griffith, is looking at what's next—and adjusting to meet the ever-changing world of writing in the digital age.