ArtStream, Inc.

9th of July 2012

ArtStream Awarded 2nd Consecutive Grant from MSAC

For the second consecutive grant cycle, ArtStream has been awarded a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council to support our general operations. The Maryland State Arts Council is an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive. An agency of the Department of Business & Economic Development, the MSAC provides…

19th of June 2012

Thanks for Joining Us – Gaithersburg Inclusive

Check out these fantastic shots from dress rehearsal of the Gaithersburg Incluive Companies’ 2012 productions view photos from All Hands On Deck: A Topsy Turvy Trip. view photos from Diary, She Wrote… Mystery, Music and Mayhem on the Bayou. Thanks to Alwyn Wagner for joining us and taking these great shots. ArtStream’s Gaithersburg Inclusive Companies have been…

12th of June 2012

2012 Quality of Life Grant

ArtStream is the proud recipient of a 2012 Quality of Life Grant from The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. Quality of Life Grants, conceived by the late Dana Reeve, are awarded to programs that improve the daily lives of individuals living with physical disabilities, including paralysis. The Reeve Foundation also gives special consideration to non-profit organizations…

5th of June 2012

Comcast Newsmakers with Ermyn King

ArtStream Director of Hospital and Hospice Programs Ermyn King joined Comcast Newsmakers to discuss Allies in the Arts, Interactive Storytelling and the importance of the Arts in Healing.  This segment was produced as part of an In-Kind Media Sponsorship of ArtStream’s 3rd Annual Gala. This segment ran in June 2012 on Comcast’s Headline News Network.

29th of May 2012

Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Charitable Service Trust Grant

The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Charitable Service Trust has awarded a grant to support ArtStream’s Allies in the Arts Artists-in-Residence Project at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC). The DAV Charitable Service Trust supports physical and psychological rehabilitation programs aimed at some of America’s veterans who are profoundly disabled, meets the special needs of veterans with…

8th of May 2012

ArtStream Volunteer Named in “Top Teens”

ArtStream volunteer Sasha Berger was named in Bethesda Magazine’s 2012 “Top Teens” in their March-April issue. Sasha shares her experience with ArtStream and her plans for the future. [ArtStream] Director of Operations, Jennie Lutz has noted…, “Not only is Sasha an incredible performer on her own, but she knows what it means to give others…

26th of April 2012

Everyone Is a Star

Read The Gazette’s profile on inclusive theatre and ArtStream actor Brian Blumenrich. “Everyone is a star at ArtStream“ “Last year, Brian Blumenrich’s on stage character provided some comic relief, but this year he knew he wanted to be a little bad.”– Cody Calamaio, The Gazette Please join us for The Curious Dream and Back to…

3rd of April 2012

Silver Spring Downtown Gets Ready for ArtStream OnStage

Silver Spring Downtown is getting ready for two all-new, time-bending inclusive theatre productions. “It’s a play about knowing your passion and finding value in pursuing it, even when nobody else sees that value.” -Michael Hovde, Co-Director, Inclusive Showcase. Read their post about The Curious Dream and Back to the Past. keeps locals updated about…

27th of March 2012

“Her Best Role Yet” – Emilia O’Connor

  Colonial Cable, the George Washington University Alumni Newsletter, recently caught up with ArtStream Co-Founder and GW alumna Emilia O’Connor. Emilia shares her experiences in theatre and working with ArtStream. “Directing gives you a way to create your own world while pulling the best out of your actors and designers, learning from each other and…

23rd of March 2012

Recent Press – Arlington Inclusive

Inclusive theatre productions are a great way to get the word out about ArtStream. Check out our recent press for the Arlington Inclusive Theatre Companies’ production of Oh My, An Invasion! and Star Corps: The Search for Mind-Zap. The Washington Post “It’s a very daunting process. It’s exciting and scary at the same time,” [Director…