Who we Are

ArtStream's mission is to bring to individuals with disabilities creative and performance opportunities that help them gain the confidence to engage with the world.

Founded in 2005, ArtStream is based in Silver Spring, Maryland and holds programming throughout the Greater Washington DC Metro region.

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Super Social Saturday in Germantown – Superheroes

28 January 2017
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Positively Speaking with DSNMC – “I Can”

29 January 2017
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Broadway Song and Dance in Oakton, VA

6 February 2017

How You Can Help

We are grateful for your generosity in any form! There are many ways to make a difference for ArtStream.

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Blog

"It felt like a family" - A letter from Board Chair Frank Myers

Dear Friends, Your interest in ArtStream shows you truly believe the arts make a difference, Read More.

Paint Nite Fundraiser with Hexagon

*This is not an ArtStream event* Join Hexagon for their Paint Nite Fundraiser! December 14, Read More.

Behavior Management Workshop with ACPS - Nov. 9

*This is not an ArtStream event* Sajjad Khan, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.C.S.W. of Neuroscience, Inc. will, Read More.

The rewards of volunteering are priceless

In a guest post, ArtStreamer Pam Young reflects on her time as volunteer mentor three, Read More.

"Perform Your Art Out" in Culture Spot MC

Thanks to our friends at Culture Spot MC. You can read the article on their, Read More.

$5,000 Grant from Nora Roberts Foundation

ArtStream is the proud recipient of a $5,000 General Operating Grant from the Nora Roberts, Read More.

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see our videos

A short documentary video produced by Docs In Progress' Documenting The Arts Workshop students Kathleen Mallaney, Lisa Martin, and Patricia Woolsey. The video profiles ArtStream, a DC-area nonprofit whose mission is to create artistic opportunities for individuals in communities traditionally underserved by the arts.