Summer Arts Camp
Why Interlochen Arts Camp
Here, you’ll do what you love best all day long — in the most beautiful place imaginable.
Experience all the fun of summer camp — from cabin games to exploring the outdoors — while practicing, performing, and making art. Perfect your skills and learn new ones alongside soon-to-be lifelong friends.
Summer 2023 Dates
One-week Intensives (Grades 9-12)
- June 17 - June 23
Six-week session (Grades 3-12)
- June 24 - Aug.6
Four-week sessions (Grades 3-6)
- June 25 - July 22
- July 9 - Aug. 5
Three-week sessions (Grades 6-12)
- June 24 - July 15
- July 16 - Aug. 6
Two-week sessions (Grades 3-6)
- June 25 - July 8
- July 9 - July 22
- July 23 - Aug. 5
Interlochen Arts Camp Programs
We offer a diverse selection of summer camp programming in seven arts disciplines: creative writing, dance, film and new media, interdisciplinary arts, music, theatre, and visual arts. Choose your desired division below to learn more.
Create Art Alongside Adventure
Bring your curiosity and excitement. Leave with new techniques, lots of experience, and lasting memories. You’ll find mentors who will help your talent grow and inspiration from fellow young artists from around the world.
Learn, Create, and Perform
You’ll spend your days practicing your art, or stretching your creativity by trying something new. And you’ll do it surrounded by exceptional instructors and talented friends who will cheer you on.
Explore the Outdoors
Experience the wonders of nature in environmental studies classes. Enjoy our scenic campus during your free time. Go for a relaxing swim or hike, take on some friendly competition in individual and team sports, or even learn to sail.
Josh Groban Reflects on His Interlochen Summers
“I experienced firsthand how life-changing it can be to be surrounded by kids who all have the same passion and vision for the arts. It was something that I desperately needed at that age.”
By the Numbers
students from around the world attend Arts Camp every summer
ratio of adult faculty and staff members to students
Arts Camp alumni form an incredible global network
Arts Camp News & Features
When Adam Pelty’s mother passed in April of 2022, he didn’t expect to receive a letter from her a few weeks later.
Feldshuh (IAC/NMC 63-65) reflects on a life in acting and her transformational experience at Interlochen.
From pre-performance rituals to rooftop dancing, these alumni have fond memories of the traditional Arts Camp finale.