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Byron Hanson and Leo Gillis discuss Interlochen’s fieldstone structures.
Two new endowed scholarships are already touching lives: the Barbara Taylor Sandys Dance Scholarship and the Ann & Byron Hanson Camp Scholarship.
Instructor of Creative Writing Brittany Cavallaro shares her go-to authors, musical artists and Melody Freeze treats.
Arts Academy Instructor of Theatre Laura Mittelstaedt shares her favorite plays, most embarrassing on-stage moment and go-to Melody Freeze order.
Students built synthesizers, wrote plays, learned swordplay and more during the two-week term.
Ara Sarkissian announced as new String Orchestra and Contemporary Music Ensemble Conductor. Search begins for new Orchestra Conductor.
Alumni Vanessa Taylor and Sufjan Stevens received nominations for Best Original Screenplay and Best Original Song, respectively.
Students in visual arts, creative writing, comparative arts and motion picture arts were honored in the 2018 awards.
Meet Instructor of Dance Rachel James and learn about her personal and professional favorites.
Clarinetist Daniel Solowey appeared on Jan. 15 episode of the NPR program.
The updated app is available on both Apple and Android devices.
The “Horse Soldiers” author spoke to IPR’s Dan Wanschura about the movie adaptation of the book, “12 Strong.”
Design and production students develop real-world skills on the set of "Tuck Everlasting."
Interlochen mourns the passing of alumnus and longtime faculty member Dr. Clarence “Dude” Stephenson.
Interlochen instructors and alumni offer advice on how to best travel with your instrument of choice.
A 50th-anniversary retrospective of jazz’s history at Interlochen.
Courtney Kaiser-Sandler remembers her father -- and her own journey -- by giving back to Interlochen.
Archivist Leo Gills provides a brief history of the many of names that Interlochen Center for the Arts operated under during our first 50 years.
Pitch Perfect 3 director Trish Sie (IAC/NMC 84-88) shares her theory of creativity and how Interlochen helped guide her to a career in film.
A conversation with “The Shape of Water” co-writer Vanessa Taylor (IAC/NMC 85-86).