Interlochen completes its 30-year transformation plan


Interlochen Arts Center officially marks the completion of the Sasaki Associates Campus Master Plan.

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Trey Devey, President of Interlochen, says: “When Interlochen started in 1928, there was a bold vision to be a leader in the arts. Time and time again, we’ve been named one of the ten fastest growing arts communities across the country. ”

The board of directors and the institution had a vision in 1991 for the transformation of the campus. Originally the plan had ten facilities, and over the years it has grown to 17. And this year the two most recent facilities have been completed, the Dance Center and the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow House. .

These new additions will help improve programs on campus and create a more impactful experience. The dance center has incredible ceiling heights and a magnificent view of Green Lake. The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow House has eight suites that can accommodate eight artists or four artists with their families.

“Artists can come for a day to work with our students, or they can come for two weeks, be an artist, or you can bring artists in for a full semester, teaching our students a private lesson,” Devey explains.

With so many big names performing over the years, Interlochen continues to partner with the most sought-after guest artists.

A series of artistic events will take place on Thursday 21 and Friday 22 October.

There will be singer-songwriter performances at the Corson Auditorium, the Writing House will have readings, the Music Center will have chamber music groups, and the visual arts will have things to do throughout. of the day.

Interlochen Center for the Arts raises the already high bar of excellence to a whole new level …

Trey Devey says, “It is the greatest arts and educational institution on the planet. “

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