Keith Aleo, Director of Percussion at Interlochen Center for the Arts, explains what his students have been working on since having to move to online classes, and asks for your support to help students fulfill their dreams in the upcoming year.
Since 1928, Interlochen Arts Camp has welcomed artists from across the globe to the land of stately pines. Things will be different this summer—but right now, the world needs art and creativity more than ever. Learn more about Interlochen Arts Camp transitioning to Interlochen Online.
Thanks to the generous gifts of our donors, hundreds of aspiring artists were able to attend Interlochen Arts Camp and Interlochen Arts Academy in 2019. Here are some of the amazing moments you helped make possible. May the year ahead be full of opportunity and art!
Director of the R.B. Annis Math and Science Division Mary Ellen Newport and Director of Visual Arts Mindy Ronayne introduce Interlochen Arts Academy’s innovative art-science collaboration, “The Art of Ecology.”
Interlochen Arts Camp welcomed over 1,300 young artists the weekend of June 22. These campers came from 51 states and territories and 33 countries for a summer of artistic growth and creative collaboration.
Students each year audition and are chosen to perform as a part of this tradition of showcasing each art form in a fast paced collection of work. See what it's like being a performer and the thrill of being a part of this showcase event.
The harp program at Interlochen Arts Camp offers students a breadth of experience, from solo rehearsal to ensemble performance. Listen as students and instructors share their passion for this beautiful instrument.
In the Interlochen Arts Camp singer-songwriter program, aspiring musicians learn to express themselves and share their story through original songs. Learn how you can take your ideas from story to single.
Art of Ecology students explain the importance of reforestation, their collaboration with guest artists Mary O’Brien and Daniel McCormick, and using art to express scientific ideas. Support for this project provided by Wilsonart and the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.