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All-State alumnus Reed Timmer chases storms for Accuweather—and for the greater good.
Interlochen Arts Academy Instructor of English, Karen Leland Libby on utilizing her sabbatical to grow her understanding of the Middle East.
Dr. Patrick M. Owen (IAA 92-93, IAC 91-92) will succeed retiring Interlochen Arts Academy faculty member Crispin Campbell.
Director of Film and New Media Michael Mittelstaedt discusses his upcoming film, first movie theatre experience, and lifelong love of cinema.
The Kalamazoo native is the first Motion Picture Arts student to be honored with the designation.
Instructor of Motion Picture Arts and Creative Writing Lesley Tye chats about her passion for collaboration.
The instrument was built for Interlochen by Wahl Organbuilders.
Tom Kitt, Dane Laffrey, Michael Arden and Ashley Park honored for their work on Broadway.
Violin students from the Los Angeles Area are invited to audition for full scholarships to the 2018 Interlochen Arts Camp
Schonberger, a bass trombonist, was one of four winners of the 2017 Concerto Competition.
Instructor of Horn Corbin Wagner discusses his love of performing, musical inspirations and appreciation of all four seasons.
Interlochen Arts Camp has announced the start of a new Day Camp experience for local residents, offering top-level arts instruction to their northern Michigan neighbors at a substantial tuition savings.
Motion picture artist Nathan Ginter and percussionist Gabriel Costache have been nominated for the prestigious honor.
Senior Luke Klein portrays Ian Fletcher in “Camp Manna.”
A globally-respected economist and devoted supporter asks the Interlochen community to work together and CREATE AMAZING through an exciting crowdfunding challenge.
An interview with American Advertising Federation Hall of Fame inductee and Interlochen Board of Trustees member Steve Hayden (IAC/NMC 62, IAA 62-64).
Join us online for select performances from our Interlochen Arts Academy 2017-18 student body.
The singer-songwriter instructor shares his most embarrassing moment, favorite artists and love of table tennis.
Eighth Blackbird percussionist Matthew Duvall (IAA 85-89, IAC/NMC 84-85) performs and chats with Classical IPR’s Kate Botello.
Commemorating the careers of retiring Arts Academy Theatre Instructors David Montee and Robin Ellis.
Instructor of Clarinet Bryan Conger shares his favorite pieces, best teachers and love of terrible movies.
Camille Colatosti discusses her career and life, and her lifelong connection to Interlochen Center for the Arts.
A digest of recent events, stories and updates from the campus of Interlochen Center for the Arts.