Employment Opportunities

Work with ArtStream

ArtStream is seeking the best theatre professionals, administrators, and teaching artists to work with students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs), including autism. Training is provided. Pay is competitive and there are opportunities for advancement.

ArtStream is an equal-opportunity employer.

About ArtStream

ArtStream offers performance opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism. Through performing arts training, ArtStream students practice self-advocacy skills while gaining self-confidence and independence. Skills include public speaking, listening, self-awareness, and workplace communication. ArtStream self-advocates speak on national platforms about their experiences and how the performing arts help them to lead meaningful, independent lives.

ArtStream was founded in 2005 and annually offers over 800 class sessions and 40 performances by 6 Inclusive Theatre Companies and 4 Cabaret Companies, and has over 60 Teaching Artists and volunteer mentors.

ArtStream offers skill-based 60 to 90-minute arts classes such as drama, improv, music theatre, storytelling, music, and movement on weekday evenings, as well as 2-hour workshops on weekends. ArtStream programs are located primarily in Montgomery County, Maryland,  Prince George's County, and in Northern Virginia.



Full Time Executive Administrator

Interested in applying? Please send in your cover letter and salary requirements to jobs@art-stream.org.

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Teaching Artists

Contact jobs@art-stream.org for more info, or call us at 301-565-4567.


Volunteer in an ArtStream class or theatre company! Contact Natalie Zanin, Volunteer Coordinator at nzanin@art-stream.org for more info.

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Interested in applying for a job with ArtStream? Email us your resume and cover letter to info@art-stream.org or call us at 301-565-4567 with any questions!

Teaching artists Natalie Zanin and Sandy Roachford pose for a photo together during Silver Spring A tech week. Natalie is a white middle aged woman wearing glasses and blonde hair. Sandy is a Black middle aged woman with glasses and dark hair in a ponytail. Both women wear casual clothing and smile warmly.

Tips for Working with People with Disabilities

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