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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Positively Speaking in Chevy Chase

24 September 2017

Parent/Sibling Meet and Greet for Cabaret Company

25 September 2017

Parent/Sibling Meet and Greet for Arlington ITCs

28 September 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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Save the Date: Thursday, October 5, 2017


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.

"One of the best" community-based nonprofits

ArtStream is proud to be included in 2017-2018 Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington as "one, Read More.

Strategic Plan Priorities: 2017-2019

Thank you to the 76 family members, participants, teaching artists, and volunteers who completed ArtStream’s, 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.