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Who we Are

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

ArtStream's Mission: Through creative, collaborative performance opportunities, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities gain the skills and confidence to engage with the world.

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Currently Registering

Out of Monet and A Stacked Deck

6 April 2017

Inclusive Music and Movement with KEEN

23 April 2017

Broadway Song and Dance in Arlington

27 April 2017

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Blog

The King says "No!"

When working with adults with disabilities, you have to make adjustments to accommodate their needs, Read More.

Positively Speaking receives award for "Best Teen/Adult Program"

ArtStream and the Down Syndrome Network of Montgomery County (DSNMC) are thrilled to share in, Read More.

"The company is like my third family!"

ArtStream actor Merry Casillas was interviewed about her role in A Stacked Deck. Performances April, Read More.

"I learned quite a bit about the world around me."

Cassie's family was always involved in community theatre, but they never dreamed Cassie would be, Read More.

Sample Exercises - Shakespeare for All

Shakespeare for All makes the Bard accessible for everyone. Here are just a few of, Read More.

"I found another friend because of my first ArtStream class"

ArtStream participant David Krever was interviewed about his experience in ArtStream's performing arts classes on, Read More.

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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.