Online Programs

Each IMC @ Home Program will have about 20 hours of contact time with IMC Faculty. Each Program will have it’s own age group and information. Please see each Program for details. All times are in Central Time. Each IMC @ Home Program costs $250 USD. Registration information can be found on the IMC @ Home Program Registration Page. Scholarships are available and can be found on the IMC @ Home Registration Page!

We will update this page with more information about our Online Programs as soon as they are finalized.

Creative Writing

    • June 28-July 2, 2021 from 9am-Noon & 1pm-5pm Central Time each day (times may vary but they will be within those time-frames)
    • Ages 13-Adult
    • During this weeklong course, young writers study elements of craft including character and plot development, word-building, sensory detail, and sonic qualities such as rhyme or alliteration. Students are encouraged to bring/create original fiction or poetry to revise with peers and instructors in a workshop setting.
    • Needs minimum of 6 participants to run with a maximum of 20 participants.
Andrea Nell, Creative Writing Instructor Cimarron Burt, Creative Writing Instructor


    • July 12-16, 2021 from 10am-Noon & 1pm-3pm Central Time each day
    • Ages 11-20
    • Join us for an exciting week of artistry and education! Our virtual program will include technique classes in ballet, jazz, and modern, lectures on an assortment of dance related topics such as stage make-up, dance history and terminology, as well as a variety of conditioning classes including yoga, Pilates, and other stretching and strengthening techniques.
    • Needs minimum of 6 participants to run with a maximum of 15 participants.
Ann Maloney, Dance Instructor Treasure Waddell, Dance Instructor


    • June 28-July 3, 2021 from 1pm-5pm Central Time each day with 1pm Zoom Performance on Saturday
    • Ages 14-20
    • For this summer, drama week will move to an online format and focus on the fundamentals of acting and movement.  We will concentrate on building characters through online improv and movement games, and work on scenes and monologues that will be performed in a showcase at the end of the week. We will build a space that is inclusive and safe to allow students from all backgrounds to learn and grow no matter if they are acting for the first time or have many shows under their belt. Instruction will be given in a master-class style where we will be able to perform for, watch, and learn from each other.  This week will not only focus on creating and performing characters but also give tips in auditioning.  Though we cannot be together students will be taught tools to help them succeed in auditioning for shows and schools and what the work of an actor is, once they have been cast.  This week is designed for all interested in acting for the theatre both for fun and professionally.
    • Needs minimum of 5 participants to run with a maximum of 20 participants.
Casey Paradies, Drama Instructor

Music Composition

    • July 7-23 MWF (7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21 & 23), 2021 from 10am-Noon Central Time each of the listed days.
    • Ages 14-20
      Join me, Professor Khaki, on a daring musical adventure through the totally safe, but extremely exciting land of Compositia! Compositia is a wild, unpredictable jungle of rhythm, pitch, timbre, instrumentation, songwriting, harmony, computer programs, wild beasts! (which look an awful lot like my pets, Simone and Mister), and a kazoo. All you need for this marvelous adventure is an open mind, a computer (with a web cam & microphone), pencils, music staff paper, an instrument (if you play one; it helps in taming wild beasts), and time to write music and/or lyrics! Our expeditions through Compositia will take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between 10am and noon, so that you will be home in time for lunch. In the afternoons and on the off days, you can meet individually with Professor Khaki to work on your own explorations. On the last day of our expedition to Compositia, we will share our discoveries and creations in a virtual Zoom concert.
    • Needs minimum of 5 participants to run with a maximum of 15 participants.
Dr. Chris Gable, Music Composition Instructor

University Prep

    • 3, 1-week Programs that can be taken either as A, A-B, or A-B-C
      • University Prep A – July 12-16, 2021 from 9am-3pm Central Time each day
      • University Prep B – July 19-23, 2021 from 9am-3pm Central Time each day
      • University Prep C – July 26-30, 2021 from 9am-3pm Central Time each day
    • Ages 13-20
    • University Prep is for advanced high school musicians who are interested in the possibility of studying music at the university level. This program is available for instrumentalists, pianists, and vocalists. It allows students the opportunity to explore basic courses required of music majors at the university level and includes four daily classes in Music Theory, Ear Training, Music History, and a Studio Class with a lunch break and smaller breaks in-between classes. Students are encouraged to attend all three sessions (A,B,C) in one season. However, if that is not possible feel free to sign up for University Prep A or University Prep A and B. Click HERE for more detailed information from Dr. Rom.
    • Each week needs a minimum of 5 participants to run with a maximum of 15 participants.
Dr. Corey Rom, University Prep Instructor

Visual Art

    • July 4-9, 2021 from 9am-Noon and July 10, 2021 from 10am-Noon Central Time
    • Ages 13-20
    • During this course students will develop their visual arts skills using pencil, pencil crayons, pen, paint, natural materials and or digital media. Throughout the course students will practice different elements and principles of design techniques (such as contrast, balance, movement, negative space, proportion, repetition, and pattern) to create their own unique artwork. Different themes that will be explored throughout this course include portraiture, landscape drawing, nature-based art-making, abstraction, and digital drawing.
    • Click Here for a list of Needed Supplies
    • Needs minimum of 5 participants to run with a maximum of 15 participants.
Sarah Paradis, Visual Art Instructor

Vocal Jazz

    • July 19-23, 2021 from 11am-1pm & 2pm-4pm Central Time each day
    • Ages 13-20
    • Join us for an incredible week of jazz fun!  We will work on ensemble repertoire, solo jazz singing, improvisation, jazz theory, and maybe even some arranging too!  We will work with various recording technologies to create a recording by the end of the week, and equip you with some terrific skills to make music in the future!
    • Needs minimum of 5 participants to run with a maximum of 16 participants.
Cynthia Peyson Wahl, Vocal Jazz Instructor