You Helped Complete the Revitalization of Interlochen
During the past two decades, with the help of generous supporters and careful financial management, the campus has undergone a revitalization. Important spaces have been constructed or improved, including:
- Harvey Theatre (1998)
- The Writing House (2003)
- Roscoe O. Bonisteel Library (2005)
- Aaron and Helen L. DeRoy Center for Film Studies (2006)
- Mallory Costume Shop (2007)
- Herbert H. and Barbara C. Dow Center for Visual Arts (2008)
- Mallory Towsley Center for Arts Leadership (2011)
- Upton Morley Pavilion (2011)
- Stone Cafeteria (2015)
- New Welcome Center (2015)
- Dennison Center for Recreation and Wellness (Opening in 2016)
Now, thanks to your support, we are creating worthy homes for Music and Dance—two core artistic disciplines that have not yet benefitted from this campus revitalization.
Thank you for creating amazing spaces to perform and experience the arts.
Robert B. Annis’ fascination with radio began during his high school years. Born in 1907 in Connorsville, Ind., Annis excelled in both academic and artistic subjects from his childhood onward. More
For CREATE AMAZING donors Nancy and Phil Meek, it all started with a picnic basket. More
Interlochen Center for the Arts recently received a $2 million gift from the Corson Family of Middlebury, Indiana and Naples, Florida to create a new waterfront park on Green Lake, at the core of Interlochen’s historic campus. More
Interlochen gave Judith Harris a gift of creativity; today, she acknowledges the gift she received by giving back financially.
At 38 years old, lifelong pianist and music teacher Judith Harris (IAA 66-69, IAC/NMC 65-66, 70) decided to change careers; she moved to Switzerland and entered the training program at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich for psychoanalysis. More
When their daughter, Carly, told them she wanted to go to the Interlochen Arts Academy for her junior and senior years of high school, Bill and Linda Nelson were skeptical. More
The sound of bulldozers signaled the start of a new recreation center on the Interlochen campus. The structure soon to stand in a wooded spot near Pinecrest Dining Hall will be a welcome addition. It also serves as a tribute to Lee Dennison, who believed a healthy combination of mind and body was the foundation for a better life. More
Meet Robert Anderson. Since 2001, Robert has spent his summers in northern Michigan—becoming a familiar face on the Interlochen campus. More