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Bronwyn Tarr found the perfect marriage of her two passions: Studying dance from a scientific perspective.
The thrill of the big city mixes with the talent of young artists as Interlochen travels to New York City to perform at the NY PHIL BIENNIAL at Lincoln Center.
From “nothing good” to novelist. A conversation with Interlochen alumnus Garth Greenwell.
Kate Baldwin and Christian Dante White join the cast of Bette Midler's Hello, Dolly! on Broadway.
Garth Greenwell's debut novel What Belongs To You ranked among finalists for the best Fiction of 2016.
Via Interlochen Public Radio, listen to their presentation of our NY Phil Biennial performance recorded live in David Geffen Hall in New York City this past June.
Barbara T. Sandys, Executive Assistant to the President, passed away on August 23 after a short illness.
$30,000 scholarship available to high school-age writers
Interlochen launches CREATE AMAZING: The Campaign for Interlochen and celebrates the diversity of its talent in the 23rd annual performance of "Collage."
Christina Wallace talks about her path from piano to math to technology, and how Interlochen Arts Academy inspired her to pursue a career in STEM.
Celebrate National Book Lovers Day with these Interlochen alumni authors.
Last spring, Peter Sparling returned to the place where he first discovered dance to share his passion with a new generation of dancers.
Visual Arts Division looks to a future in fashion design with new program
Coming to Interlochen Arts Academy was a "lifesaving experience" for Jonnah Speidel (aka Our Lady J) on both artistic and personal levels.
The three very special summers of 1938-1940, when Radio Workshop, Drama Workshop, Visual Arts, and Dance became distinct major programs.
Al Crawford saw the light at Interlochen—and now works as a lighting design director for Alvin Ailey Dance Theater.
The gift will create a new waterfront park on Green Lake, at the core of Interlochen’s historic campus.
Kleeman—who gave a public reading during her visit as part of the Interlochen Arts Festival—encouraged students to embrace and explore the “unknowns” in their writing that so often cause writer’s block.
$100 million comprehensive fundraising campaign gives opportunity to unite through the power of the arts.
Not even the heat could deter the crowd that began forming on the Mall hours before “Collage” began.