Interlochen will open with half its students this summermain
Interlochen Center for the Arts has announced it aims to run Arts Camp 2021 at 50 percent of normal capacity.
“The past year has been difficult for creative young people in search of inspiration and connection,” said Trey Devey, President of Interlochen Center for the Arts. “The joy, connection, and artistic breakthroughs that are intrinsic to the Interlochen experience have never been more vital. We can’t wait to help emerging artists continue on their path to growth and self-discovery.”
“Interlochen’s 94th summer season will look different, but our vibrant multidisciplinary arts community remains unchanged,” said Camille Colatosti, Provost of Interlochen Center for the Arts. “We look forward to providing students with exceptional arts education training, a deeply enriching Camp experience, and a safe environment in which to learn and thrive. It’s going to be a great summer.”