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WELCOME TO INTERLOCHEN COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS, a continuing education program for adults at Interlochen Center for the Arts! We are pleased to present an exciting line-up of programming for 2014 that features an array of courses in music, visual arts, creative writing and more. Led by renowned Interlochen faculty and experts in the field, the programs at Interlochen College of Creative Arts are designed to provide a wide range of opportunities to meet each individuals skill level and interest. The freedom to create, perform, share your work, and meet others who share your passion for the arts is at your fingertips.
With the campus of Interlochen Center for the Arts as the backdrop, ICCA programs are unlike any other adult continuing education program.
Students can expect to learn tools and tips from master teachers and engage in generative writing workshops, immersive art making experiences, ensemble performances and more while engaging in the tranquil and inspiring beauty of Interlochen Center for the Arts. No matter your creative outlet or interests, the sights, sounds and experiences found at the College of Creative Arts on the Interlochen campus will stir your soul and spur anyone with a desire to create.
So, whether youve had a lifelong desire to try your hand at a new art form, or are looking to enhance your skills, we hope you will join us to embrace your creative side and ignite a lifelong passion for the arts. We look forward to welcoming you to campus!
2014 Summer Adult Arts Programs
IMPORTANT DATESJan 2 Summer course registration opens
Jan 2-March 31 Early bird registration! Register any time before April 1 and save $25 off of select classes over $275. See college.interlochen.org for details.
2014 SUMMER ADULT ARTS PROGRAMSMusicJune 7 Mountain Dulcimer Immersive WorkshopJune 8-12 Early Music WorkshopJune 23-28 * Adult Choir CampJuly 23-26 Fingerstyle Guitar WorkshopJuly 27-29 Classical Guitar WorkshopAugust 5-10 * Adult Band CampAugust 11-17 Adult Chamber Music CampAugust 18-23 Adult Flute Choir Camp
Visual ArtMay 28 3 Hour Watercolor WorkshopMay 29-31 Watercolor Printmaking: Japanese WoodblockMay 31 Jewelry Bead Weaving: St. Petersburg ChainJune 2-3 Beginning DrawingJune 4-6 Intermediate DrawingJune 9-11 Childrens Book Illustration June 12 Hot Wax! Introduction to Encaustic PaintingJune 16-18 * Painterly Printmaking: MonoprintsJune 29 Dye Your Own YarnJune 30 Jewelry Bead Weaving: Peyote Stitch BraceletJuly 1 * Beginning Weaving: Rigid Heddle LoomJuly 2 Beginning Knitting July 7 Digital Camera BasicsJuly 7-9 Watercolor Printmaking: Japanese WoodblockJuly 7-9 Mixed Media AssemblageJuly 8-10 Digital Landscape/Nature PhotographyJuly 14-16 Soft Pastel WorkshopJuly 21-22 * Plein Air Painting and In-Studio Boot CampAugust 25-27 Acrylic Painting WorkshopAugust 28 3 Hour Watercolor Workshop
Creative WritingJune 14 * Introduction to Blogging for Artists and WritersJune 16-19 * Writers RetreatJune 30-July 3 * Mystery Writing WorkshopAugust 4-8 * Memoir Writing
MediaJune 6-7 * Introduction to Digital Audio at Interlochen Public RadioJune 8-13 Transom Audio Narrative Short Course
Professional DevelopmentJune 13 Building Your Brand: Shameless Self-Promotion for CreativesJune 14 * Introduction to Blogging for Artists and Writers
CONTINUING EDUCATION CLOCK HOURS* ICCA is an authorized provider of state continuing education clock hours (SCECHs) in Michigan. A $25 administrative fee per registered program applies. Programs that are already registered with the state of Michigan are noted with asterisks. Educators interested in obtaining SCECHs for other ICCA programs may do so if ICCA is notified a minimum of 45 days in advance. For more information, or if you are an educator living in another state seeking continuing education credits, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 231-276-7387.
ADMISSION POLICYStudents must be 18 years of age on or before the first day of the desired program to be eligible to participate.
REGISTRATION DETAILSRegistrations for all courses are now online. Visit college.interlochen.org to review course descriptions and to register. Registration is not valid without payment. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit or debit cards are accepted online. Once your registration is complete, a confirmation acknowledging your registration will be sent to the email address you provide. Payments may also be made by phone by calling 231.276.7387. Supply lists, repertoire and other information will be available to all registrantsa few weeks prior to the start of your course.
CANCELLATION DETAILSRefund PolicyCancellations made by the participant must be made in writing no later than three weeks (21 days) prior to the start date of the course and are subject to a cancellation fee.
For courses and events $250 and up, the cancellation fee is $75. For courses and events $100-$249, the cancellation fee is $35. For courses and events $50-$99, the cancellation fee is $20.
Any cancellations made by the participant less than 21 days prior to the course will not receive a refund.
Canceled ClassesA full refund will be issued to all registered students if an event is canceled by Interlochen College of Creative Arts. Students will be notified of any course cancellations by email or by phone in a timely manner.
Refund ScheduleRefunds will be processed within 30 days of receiving written notification of students need to cancel or Interlochen College for Creative Arts need to cancel a course.
For further questions regarding program registrations, cancellations or refunds please contact us at email@example.com or call 231.276.7387.
Interlochen College for Creative Arts PO Box 199, Interlochen, MI 49643-0199Phone: 231.276.7387 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: college.interlochen.org
MOUNTAIN DULCIMER IMMERSIVE WORKSHOP FACULTY INSTRUCTORS: WANDA DEGEN AND DEE DEE TIBBITS, two of Michigans folk treasurers
The mountain dulcimer is a simple 3 or 4-stringed instrument with a unique fretboard that is easy for the novice to successfully begin playing songs with just one lesson, and fun for all levels of musicians to explore its many possibilities. Considered an American folk instrument, the mountain dulcimer is associated with the southern Appalachian mountains and is related to some European instruments from Medieval times. Participants in this immersive progam will be treated to a close-up concert presented by the instructors and will then break into two groups based on skill level: one for beginners and one for those with some prior experience. Each group will have two master sessions in the afternoon led by one of the instructors, and then all participants will come together for a closing session in which solos or duets may be presented in a round-robin fashion by those who wish. You do not have to own an instrument--mountain dulcimers will be available for students to use. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet people, to learn a new instrument or to reconnect with your dulcimer if youve been neglecting yours, and to play music with others. Instructors Wanda Degen and Dee Dee Tibbits are both active performers and educators and perennial favorites at Michigans folk and dulcimer festivals. They both share a love of Appalachian, Celtic and Great Lakes music and are mutual admirers of each others recordings. COURSE FEE - $75
EARLY MUSIC WORKSHOP THE CIRCLE OF HENRY VIII MUSIC DIRECTOR: MARK CUDEK is the Director of the Early Music Department at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University.
The 2014 Early Music Workshop will feature music from Henry VIIIs court and from the courts of his daughter Elizabeth I, his great grand-nephew James I, and his in-laws Ferdinand and Isabella, parents of his first wife Katherine of Aragon. We will also look into the music of the Sephardim: traditional music of Spains Jews who were expelled in 1492 by Ferdinand and Isabella. Participants will focus on articulation, ornamentation, improvisation and ensemble arrangement. The workshop culminates with a performance on period instruments including recorders, other early winds, viols, lutes, harpsichord and percussion. Vocalists are also welcome. Participants will supply their own instruments.COURSE FEE - $450
* ADULT CHOIR CAMP MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CONDUCTOR: DR. JERRY BLACKSTONE, Director of Choral Activities, Professor and Chair of Conducting at University of Michigan
Join adult singers from across the United States and around the world for this program. Experience the joy of choral singing in a challenging, supportive and friendly environment. Repertoire will be tailored to the size and experience of the ensemble. Join in daily vocal warm-ups, sectional rehearsals, afternoon discussions and the opportunity to sing in a full ensemble. The camp experience will culminate with an on-campus public performance.COURSE FEE - $500 / *SCECHs - 22; FEE $25
FINGERSTYLE GUITAR WORKSHOPMUSIC DIRECTOR: MATTHEW SCHROEDER, Department Chair of the Wisconsin Conservatory of MusicFeatured Artists:Muriel Anderson and Two-Time Grammy winner Laurence Juber
The Fingerstyle Guitar Workshop returns for a third year featuring an accomplished faculty