Juried exhibitions and community outreach
Visual arts students participated in several juried exhibitions in late January and early February. The first exhibition was open to Interlochen visual arts students of all ages and media. The second exhibition featured digitally-created work by students from both Interlochen and other arts schools around the country. Off campus, many visual arts students submitted works to the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards; several students had their award-winning works displayed at Kendall College of Art and Design.
Later this month, visual arts students will be participating in Interlochen’s annual winter festival, Winterlochen. Students will lead free workshops for Winterlochen patrons, including Felting for Fun, Mural Madness, live figure drawing demonstrations, Old Time Photography and make-your-own necklaces.
In the classroom, senior visual arts students continued to prepare for their thesis exhibitions, which will begin on March 1.