Today, online media offers infinite opportunities for self-expression. 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.
The dictionary defines “olio” as a miscellany, a hodgepodge of ingredients, or a variety show. Similarly, Olio will channel the creations of young arts students online through multimedia (video, audio, image, blogging, and more) and archive for later consumption and discussion. Our hope is that Olio will eventually evolve into a diverse network that will connect other schools, universities and arts organizations across the globe.
The project can be viewed online at www.olioolio.com.
To submit your artwork to Olio contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.