Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp Theatre Camp Guide
2020 Camp Dates: June 26- July 7 July 10- July 21 July 24- August 4 August 7- August 18
300 E. Crytal Lake Road,
Twin Lake,MI 49457
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Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp strives to maintain an atmosphere where students who want to learn may do so in an environment which encourages creativity and recognizes the importance of the individual. Students are accepted at whatever their proficiency level may be and are encouraged to grow. Faculty and staff strive to motivate campers and share with them the joy of achievement in the fine arts. Enthusiasm is contagious at Blue Lake as campers discover, learn, experience, and succeed.
Blue Lake’s impact on shaping young lives is defined by our past students and the thousands of dedicated counselors, staff, and faculty who have served Blue Lake since its inception. Our original mission to inspire young artists to achieve their potential has not wavered since our first day of camp in 1966. We are pleased to continue that tradition in 2019 and look forward to meeting Blue Lake’s future alumni this summer.
UW-Green Bay Faculty To C.H.I.M.E In At Annual Concert
September 25, 2019
Members of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay faculty will step out of their classroom and directorial roles and onto the stage for the seventh annual Concert Hour Involving Music Educators (C.H.I.M.E.) Concert in UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan's Fine Arts Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019 at 7 p.m. Anticipated performances will come from music faculty, Assistant Prof. Luis Fernandez, Assistant Prof. Michael Rector, Associate Prof. Adam Gaines, Assistant Prof. Bill Salak and Sheboygan Campus Associate Lecturer Paul Sucherman. The concert is coordinated by Sheboygan Campus Associate Prof. Christy Talbott.
American Theatre Wing Names Recipients of Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative Programming
February 05, 2019
The American Theatre Wing announced today the recipients of the Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative's programming, including the 4-Year University Scholarships, the Training Scholarships, and the Classroom Resources Grants. These scholarships and grants represent the Wing's most rigorous investment in direct support for underserved public school students demonstrating exceptional talent and economic need to continue their study of theatre.
Richmond County Orchestra Celebrates 20 Years
September 18, 2018
The Richmond County Orchestra (RCO) turns 20 and celebrates with a show for its fans Friday, October 12 at 8 p.m. at the Music Hall at Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden featuring a world premiere, debuts and the return of favorite performers.HAPPY BIRTHDAY RCO welcomes Joan Caddell in her debut performance with RCO and the world premiere of 'After the Rain' by composer Howard Fox back -dropped by the art work of Sarah Yuster.