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A conversation with “The Shape of Water” co-writer Vanessa Taylor (IAC/NMC 85-86).
Interlochen Arts Academy students from two departments release a comedic web series made possible by a grant from The New Hollywood
Seventeen current Interlochen Arts Academy students are among this year’s Finalists, Honorable Mentions and Merit recipients.
A recording of the ensemble’s Nov. 19 performance of Bernstein’s Symphony No. 3 “Kaddish” is available for a limited time.
The Traverse City Record Eagle covers the Interlochen Arts Academy Theatre Department production of "Tuck Everlasting."
Series features in-depth interviews with arts leaders and performance audio.
Historical audio from Copland’s 1967 visit to Interlochen Center for the Arts made available online for the first time.
Six violinists and conductors selected to work with World Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Notable artists, Including Oscar-Winner Luis Resto, join Interlochen students in creation and presentation of original play.
Pianists Duoduo Xue and Yungyi Chen performed as a preview of the “Collage” performance.
The concert will be held in Ann Arbor’s Hill Auditorium as a part of the University Musical Society’s 2017-18 season
The American painter’s works were on display in Dow Center for Visual Arts from Oct. 23 through Nov. 16.
Highlights of the weekend include the Future of Cinema Film Festival, readings by three former Creative Writing directors, and an alumni panel.
The Academic Center for Enrichment unveils a new facility and new curriculum to enhance the Interlochen Arts Academy learning experience.
An interview with Interlochen alumnus, veteran and film producer Dwjuan Fox (IAA 87-89).
A brief history of Interlochen’s shared history with Cincinnati, Ohio.
Interlochen’s theatre students worked with the Michigan-based incubator to stage works-in-progress.
Resident Interlochen Center for the Arts Italian diction coach, Donna Brunsma (IAC/NMC 49, UNIV 50-51, 53), was 85.
The brothers spoke with IPR’s Amanda Sewell about their new album with pianist Michael McHale.
CREATE AMAZING: The Campaign for Interlochen moves focus from Place to People; emphasizes faculty, financial aid and programs.