Summer Camp For Adults
Founded in 1966, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp is a summer school of the arts located on a 1,600 acre campus in Michigan’s Manistee National Forest, offering fine arts education for all ages. Each summer, the principal camp program serves thousands of elementary, junior high, and high school students with diverse programs in music, art, dance, and drama while offering hundreds of performances during its Summer Arts Festival. Blue Lake also operates a widely acclaimed International Exchange Program and Public Radio, providing cultural enrichment to students, listeners, and concert-goers around the world.
Blue Lake’s Summer Camp for Adults
Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp offers a unique setting in which to enjoy your music making, and the Michigan outdoors, in the natural surroundings of a State Forest. Blue Lake strives to maintain an atmosphere where students young and not so young who want to learn may do so in an environment which encourages creativity and recognizes the importance of the individual. Adult Campers 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 as campers participate and enjoy.
Adult Program Offerings
Most adult programming at Blue Lake consists of four-day specialty minicamps, providing multiple daily instruction sessions, meals with faculty and participants, performance outlets, admittance at major evening arts activities, and access to an unlimited variety of recreational activities in the area. Sharing ideas, background, and skills, is always a highlight of Adult Camper life.