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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.
Nineteen Arts Camp and Arts Academy students earned places in the 2018 ensemble.
Andrew McGinn and Christine Marie Brown join the theatre faculty at Interlochen Arts Academy.
Notable prizes include a Gold Portfolio Award, two Future New Awards and two American Voices and Visions Awards.
Interlochen mourns the passing of Bass Institute alumnus Draylen Mason.
Take a peek behind the curtain of Interlochen Arts Academy’s two spring theatre productions.
Camille Colatosti and Katharine Laidlaw join with recently appointed President Trey Devey to lead Interlochen into its second century.
Arts Academy Instructor Brittany Cavallaro releases her third novel, “The Case for Jamie.”
Courtney Kaiser-Sandler will present at the prestigious SXSW EDU conference.
New collaborations aim to improve Interlochen’s access among underserved communities.
Venezuelan violinist Rubén Rengel takes home top prize in competition founded by Aaron Dworkin.
Retired mathematics teacher and magician June Horowitz recalls her summer at the National Music Camp 1929.
In this episode of “With Special Guest” theatre critic Jesse Green shares how his Interlochen experience helped shape his career.
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.
Ara Sarkissian announced as new String Orchestra and Contemporary Music Ensemble Conductor. Search begins for new Orchestra Conductor.
Students built synthesizers, wrote plays, learned swordplay and more during the two-week term.
Alumni Vanessa Taylor and Sufjan Stevens received nominations for Best Original Screenplay and Best Original Song, respectively.