Interlochen Arts Academy is still accepting applications for our upcoming academic year, which begins Sept. 5. Limited spots available. Application deadline: Aug. 22, 2022!


Why Study Interdisciplinary Arts at Interlochen

Here, interdisciplinary artists develop their skills and hone their creativity by pursuing their individual interests and goals.

With the guidance of our faculty and the support of your peers, you'll explore different artistic mediums of study. You'll collaborate, experiment, and discover that there are no limits to your imagination.

Arts Boarding School

Interdisciplinary Arts Major

Online Arts Programs

Virtual Instruction

Education That Knows No Bounds

Interested in more than one art form? We are here to nurture your curiosity. At Interlochen, you'll have the freedom to study more than one discipline and expand your creativity.

junior material exploration at interlochen arts camp

Learn from Multiple Mentors

You'll find guidance and inspiration from our distinguished faculty in seven arts disciplines: creative writing, dance, film & new media, interdisciplinary arts, music, theatre, and visual arts. 

junior visual arts students at interlochen arts camp

Carve Your Own Path

Let wonder be your guide as you delve into different art disciplines, selecting classes that best suit your interests and goals, and develop your talents.

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Space to Be Free

Amid the natural beauty of northern Michigan, you'll find state-of-the-art facilities for all your artistic projects.

Interdisciplinary Arts News & Features

A sculpture from Arts Academy student Quoc Bui’s Gold Key-winning entry, “Fite.”
Interlochen Arts Academy students shine in 2022 regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Eighty-four students from all seven artistic disciplines received accolades in the West Central Michigan region of the prestigious national arts competition.

Photo of Melody Zhang
New York Philharmonic premieres composition by Interlochen Arts Academy student Melody Zhang

A visual arts major, Zhang created several paintings as part of their orchestral work “Opalescent,” which is dedicated to the LGBTQIA+ community.