ArtStream, Inc.

15th of March 2012

ArtStream OnStage in the Washington Post

The Arlington Inclusive Theatre Companies 2012 production was featured in The Washington Post. Co-Founder and Executive Director Patricia Woolsey spoke about the process of creating inclusive, original musicals. “It’s a very daunting process. It’s exciting and scary at the same time,” [Patricia] Woolsey said. But the actors “help me with every component of it. They…

29th of February 2012

Profile of ArtStream by Aisha Salem

Chair of the Board of Directors and Arlington Inclusive Mentor Aisha Salem submitted a profile on ArtStream to her company newsletter TMpeople. We’re happy to annonce that it was picked up as a cover story! This newsletter is read by trademark professionals across the country. Congrats to Aisha for spreading the word about ArtStream! View…

21st of February 2012

Raleigh Inclusive in The News and Observer

  Check out this great article about the Raleigh Inclusive Theatre Company’s 2012 production, Timmy Twiddlemeyer and the Pumpkin of Destiny in The News & Observer. “Theatre Lets Disabled Cast Put It’s Talents on Display” “When [actor Kevin Iannucci, playing the evil John Peter the Ninth] laughs, the sound comes out deep like darth Vader’s breath and…

17th of November 2011

ArtStream on Comcast Newsmakers

ArtStream co-founder Nicolette Stearns joined Comcast Newsmakers to promote our programming in Inclusive Theatre, Puppet Tours and Allies in the Arts. Watch this great clip from Comcast, an in-kind sponsor of our 2nd Annual Gala. This segment ran for two weeks in October 2011 on Comcast’s HLN network.

11th of November 2011

ArtStreamers’ Kennedy Center Debut

As part of The HSC Foundation’s fundraising event, representatives from the ArtStream family will be performing a medley of songs from the 2011 Gaithersburg Inclusive show, That 60’s Play at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. This performance will feature Garrie Barnes, Anne Bates, Matthew McMeekin, Adam Tepper, Denise Gilmore, Daniel Villar and Nicolette…

17th of October 2011

Silent Auction Slide Show

ArtStream’s 2nd Annual Gala will feature a Silent Auction. All proceeds benefit ArtStream! The Silent Auction will feature items for all ages, interests and price points. View our Silent Auction Slideshow now to check out a few of our hot items for Red, Hot and Two!

13th of September 2011

In the Press – Porto Charities

Porto Charities’ October issue of Shifting Sands features ArtStream’s Arlington Inclusive Companies! “We don’t know what [the Arlington Inclusive Company’s 2012 production] will be about yet, but we guarantee you will enjoy it” Porto Charities is an organization dedicated to raising funds and supporting eductation and socializating opportunities for the intellectually disabled. We are lucky to condsider…

12th of July 2011

Arts in Communities Grant

ArtStream is the proud recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council Arts in Communities Grant and General Operating Grant.  These generous grants will help with ArtStream’s continued growth as an organization. The Maryland State Arts Council is an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive. The Maryland State Arts Council…

8th of July 2011

ArtStream OnStage – Press for Inclusive 2011

Arlington Inclusive Companies Check out our write up in The Arlington Connection for the March 2011 productions of Happily Ever After and The Mystery of the Well.  Silver Spring Inclusive Companies Catch a mention of Glad Men on Art Beat from WAMU on Friday, April 29th, 2011. Gaithersburg Inclusive Companies 2011 double bill of That 60’s Play and The Good, The…

4th of July 2011

Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County Grant

ArtStream is the proud recipient of a General Operations Supporting Grant from the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County.  This grant has been received to support ArtStream’s administrative growth, specifically to support the hiring of Lennie Magida, our Director of Development.  In the first round of grants for fiscal year 2012, The Arts and Humanities…