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Friday, October 18 - Sunday, October 20, 2024

On Campus: Interlochen Center for the Arts

Engagement Spotlight

The Office of Engagement works with alumni and parents who want to stay connected and give back to Interlochen. Meet a few of our Engagement volunteers who generously share their time and immense talents to support Interlochen. 

Alumna Sujata Murty smiling while outdoors on a clear, sunny day in the mountains

Sujata Murty

Assistant Professor of Atmospheric and Environmental Science at University at Albany, SUNY

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Carolyn Caputo-McCauley

Former Dancer, Choreographer, and Educator

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Conor Dailey

Undergraduate Student at Ball State University

Jenna Zucker smiles at the camera in a night photograph with city lights in the background.

Jenna Zucker

Writer, Advocate, and Activist

Alumni Features & News

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Interlochen alumni selected as 2024 Grammy Award nominees

More than 70 Arts Camp and Arts Academy alumni received nominations across 14 award categories, including Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album, Best Musical Theater Album, and Best Folk Album.

Jaime Rosenstein as Nessarose, Carla Stickler as Elphaba, and Sheila Karls
For good: Interlochen alumni reflect on the 20th anniversary of ‘Wicked’

From Carla Stickler as Elphaba to Jaime Rosenstein as Nessarose, former Broadway and national tour cast members share their memories of the Tony Award-winning musical.

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Is Interlochen worth it? Three famous Camp alumni think so.

A Hollywood screenwriter, a Broadway actress, and an advocate for dancers with disabilities share how Interlochen changed their lives.

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Visual arts alumnus showcases work at the Mexican Embassy in Madrid

Emiliano Gironella Parra’s monotype print series, “Reality and Wonder,” explores Mexico’s journey to becoming a modern nation.

A group of six students smile at the camera from the deck of a ferry.
Did you come from a boarding school family?

Two students share their unique paths to boarding school, whether it was the anticipated route or an unexpected twist.

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Tracking down the FBI’s most famous director: Arts Camp Alumna Beverly Gage wins Pulitzer for her new biography of J. Edgar Hoover

Gage’s book sheds light on the controversial figure who helped found the FBI and then ran it for nearly 50 years.

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John Bogley

John Bogley

Vice President

231.276.7635 231.276.7635 Send Email
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Ian Jones

Director of Engagement

231.276.7353 231.276.7353 Send Email
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Alyssa Blaker

Engagement Officer

231.276.7441 231.276.7441 Send Email
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Carolyn Felix Purcell

Engagement Programs Manager

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