Interlochen College of Creative Arts
Why Interlochen College of Creative Arts
At Interlochen College of Creative Arts, you'll boost your creativity, rediscover your passion, and take that next step in your artistic and professional life. You'll learn from expert faculty and connect with peers in a welcoming, supportive environment.
Health and Safety
The safety and well-being of the Interlochen Center for the Arts community are always our first priority. Learn more about our COVID-19 guidelines.
Learn and Thrive
At Interlochen College of Creative Arts, you'll find workshops, classes, and retreats geared toward adult learners, educators, and professionals in a variety of artistic disciplines and career advancement areas. Our accomplished faculty members provide guidance and support as you enhance your skills and talent. Our beautiful, bucolic campus is an ideal setting to focus on your own development and to join a community of likeminded peers.
Enrichment through creativity and professional growth
From ukulele workshops for beginners to digital audio courses for professional development, you will find a wide array of classes to satisfy your artistic curiosity and desire for growth. Our programs in creative writing, music, visual arts, media, theatre arts, and professional development will inspire and challenge you.
Learn from those at the top of their field
Our instructors have decades of experience as industry professionals and educators. While guiding with their expertise, they are committed to creating a supportive environment to help you grow your skills at any level.
Find your focus between two lakes
Our gorgeous, secluded campus is an ideal environment to immerse yourself in artistic and professional development. For multi-day programs, we also offer a variety of lodging options on our campus.
How often, as we grow older, do we have an opportunity to learn new skills or to fine-tune and grow.
Kathy Daly, Adult Choir Camp
College of Creative Arts News & Features
Choir conductor Jerry Blackstone and participant Kris Young discuss the joys of singing in community and the unexpected friendships that can form.
24 current and former Interlochen Arts Academy students, 30 Interlochen Arts Camp alumni, and six Interlochen Online participants were honored in one of the nation’s leading competitions for young artists.
Nuernberg chats about the upcoming Winter 1 session, her vision for the future of Interlochen Online, and why young artists should explore online arts education.
Wednesday, April 5, 2023 - 7:30 p.m. ET
Music Center 1010 FREE, no tickets required
Percussion Concert: Paddle to the Sea
Thursday, April 6, 2023 - 7:30 p.m. ET
Wednesday, April 12, 2023 - 7:30 p.m. ET