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Welcome to the Interlochen Center for the Arts Newsroom. Members of the news media can find media guidelines, recent news, and more. For press inquiries or if you would like to receive press releases from Interlochen, please contact the Media Relations team at pr@interlochen.org or call 231.276.7614.

Mission

Interlochen Center for the Arts engages and inspires people worldwide through excellence in educational, artistic, and cultural programs.

History

Founded in 1928, Interlochen Center for the Arts began as a national music camp and has evolved into a leading cultural institution.

Leadership

Trey Devey became the eighth president of Interlochen Center for the Arts on June 12, 2017.

Recent News

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“Edmonia” composer Dr. Bill Banfield previews the opera’s premiere on ‘Arts Engines’

Dr. Bill Banfield and host Aaron Dworkin (IAA 86-88) discussed the process of creating an opera, the joy of collaboration, and more on one of the nation’s most widely viewed arts programs.

Seal Kirtley
Interlochen Arts Academy announces the winner of the 2024 Virginia B. Ball Creative Writing Competition

Seal Kirtley, a junior from Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, has been chosen to receive a full tuition scholarship to attend the Academy as a Creative Writing major.

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Detroit Public Television to broadcast Interlochen Arts Academy’s “The Sleeping Beauty” ballet April 15

“The Sleeping Beauty” will air on Detroit Public Television at 9 p.m. ET April 15 and will be made available on demand at dptv.org and via the PBS Video app.

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