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Interlochen To Host Performing/Visual Arts College Fair Monday, Open To Public

By Beth Milligan | July 24, 2022

Interlochen Arts Camp attendees and local high school students and families are invited to meet with representatives from top colleges and conservatories at a performing and visual arts college fair on Monday, July 25 from 1pm to 3pm in the Dennison Center for Recreation and Wellness on the Interlochen campus. The event is open to the public, and admission is free.

Approximately 100 colleges and conservatories will be in attendance to speak with college-bound high school students interested in pursuing higher education in the areas of music, dance, theatre, visual arts, creative writing, and motion picture arts, as well as other arts-related disciplines. 

"Choosing a college can be a difficult process, and students who are considering a post-secondary focus within the performing and visual arts will face a distinct set of challenges," says Chad Gapinski, academic and college counselor at Interlochen Center for the Arts. "This college fair brings dozens of arts programs from across the country to our region to help students find the best educational fit for them and the resources to attain their goals."

For a full list of participating schools, click here.

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