Idyllwild Arts hosted an Alumni Panel Discussion on “Creativity & Technology” on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Moderated by Angelina Burnett ’96 / Theatre the panel included Hawkeye Glenn ’87 / Visual Arts, Clay Alexander ’94 / Theatre, Clifton Alexander ’95 / Visual Arts, Orpheo McCord ’98 / Music, Mara Wilson ’05 / Theatre & Jake Tapleshay ’09 / Creative Writing.
Special thanks to the Arts Enterprise Laboratory for underwriting the event that was attended by Students, Current Families, Prospective Families, and Alumni of Idyllwild Arts Academy.
The alumni of Idyllwild Arts are some of the most talented individuals to be entering the workforce. Whether working in their art major, pioneering new ideas or setting new standards in many industries completely different from their course of study, these talented alums are successful in every sense of the word.
The Mission of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation is changing lives through the transformative power of art.
The Idyllwild Arts Academy provides pre-professional training in the arts and a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum to a diverse student body of gifted young artists from all over the world.
The Idyllwild Arts Summer Program provides arts instruction and experiences of the highest caliber to a diverse student population of all ages and abilities.
Idyllwild Arts’ idyllic mountain setting inspired its name. Set on over 200 acres situated in the mountain village of Idyllwild, Idyllwild Arts is a unique educational institution with a focus in all art forms for all artists of every age and level of accomplishment.
Although the Idyllwild Arts’ sprawling and pine-forested campus comprises 205 acres in the San Jacinto Mountains, it is only a short 2 hour drive from Los Angeles and San Diego.
Idyllwild Arts has a long and rich history of nurturing the creative talents of thousands of artists. Since the late 1940s Idyllwild Arts has been dedicated to providing the ideal environment for artists in every artistic discipline to seriously pursue their artistic passions.