‘In America’ TV Show Highlights Creative Students

“Made in America” is a phrase often associated with consumer products, but an abundance of creative works are also made right in our backyard.

Public Television’s In America tells stories that motivate, inspire, and touch the heart. One of these stories is about the teenage students of Idyllwild Arts Academy, who hone their creative skills on its picturesque mountain campus.

The mission of Idyllwild Arts is to “change lives through the transformative power of art,” and this passion for creative transformation is evident in the school’s commitment to dance, music, fashion design, film, theatre, creative writing, and visual arts. Intensive arts training and ambitious academic classes fill the students’ days.

The unique educational and artistic virtues of Idyllwild Arts come through loud and clear in this short nationally-televised film. It airs on Public Television stations around the country in January 2016, when In America will provide an experience you won’t want to miss.

To learn about Idyllwild Arts Academy please visit www.idyllwildarts.org. The Academy is located at 52500 Temecula Road in Idyllwild and can be reached at (951) 659-2171.



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