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Who we Are

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

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

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No class or rehearsal – HALLOWEEN!

31 October 2017

Super Social Saturday in Oakton – Sci-fi

4 November 2017

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$5,000 Grant from the Safeway Foundation Supports Tuition Assistance

ArtStream is grateful to be supported by a $5,000 grant from the Safeway Foundation. The, Read More.

You Are a Work of Art in NOAH White Paper

ArtStream's program You Are a Work of Art was featured in a white paper published by the, Read More.

ArtStream's administrative office moved to Chevy Chase

Will my classes change? No. All ArtStream classes will be held at their usual locations. Will, Read More.

$38,770 Grant from the Maryland State Arts Council

ArtStream is proud to be the recipient of a $38,770 General Operating Grant from the Maryland, Read More.

$22,700 Grant from the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County

ArtStream, Inc. is proud to be the recipient of a $22,700 grant from the Arts, Read More.

"She's dramatic! I'm a dramatic character."

ArtStream actor Rachel Williams was interviewed about her role in Lasagnawood. Performances June 22-25. Tickets, 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.