Who they serve

Together our members serve thousands of students from DC Public Schools and Public Charter Schools to gain access to dance, literary arts, music, visual arts, media arts, and other arts and humanities disciplines.  More specifically our members aim to provide access to arts and humanities education resources to students and teachers who would not otherwise have access.

See the Member Mapping Project for more information.

What they offer

Our member organizations offer Washington, DC’s best museum exhibits, performances, theaters, festivals, and more to students in the DC Public Education System. Our members provide access to learning and development through the arts and humanities in order to allow for a world-class education in our nation’s capital.

Member Feature Story Bank Archive Includes:

"Member Feature: Teatime at the Atlas Performing Arts Center"- October 26, 2016
"The Power of Investigative Storytelling Onscreen"- September 29, 2016
"The MusicianShip: Changing Lives with Music" August 17, 2016
"Making Students and Teachers Feel special at the American Art Museum." August 10, 2016
"A DC Collaboration and Some Amazing Young People Inspire Us" July 6, 2016
"Share a Book the Shaped You with the Library of Congress" June 30, 2016
"How the Young Playwrights' Theater Tackles Literacy." June 27, 2016
"Member Feature: Dancing Classrooms DC" April 29, 2016
"Center for Inspired Teaching: celebrating 20 years of building a better school experience for students with transformative teacher training"March 22, 2016
"How the Civil War Changed Washington at the Anacostia Community Museum"- July 22, 2015 
"School Reactions frrom The Kreeger Museum and American Chamber Players Series"- June 22, 2015
"More Than 2,100 Students Go 'Bach to School' this Year"- June 11, 2015
"Wolf Trap's Early Childhood STEM Learning Through the Arts Works!"- May 22, 2015
"The Kreeger Museum Embarks on a New Program"- May 18, 2015
"Kennedy Center Offers Half-Price Tickets to the Duke Ellington School of the Arts Benefit Concert."- May 15, 2015
"Shout Mouse Press Meets the President"- May 15, 2015
"Kennedy Center and Split This Rock Co-Sponsoring Student Workshops and Performances"April 29, 2015
"Kennedy Center Partnership Schools Featured on Millenium Stage"April 28, 2015
"Updates from Avalon Theatre"- March 31, 2015
"Johnson Middle School Student On Stage at THEARC!"February 27, 2015
"Simon Elementary Visits the National Building Museum"- February 19, 2015

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Contact

Mailing: 975 F Street, NW
Location: 923 F Street, NW, #303
Washington, DC 20004
P: 202.470.6467
info@dccollaborative.org

The DC Collaborative is a FY17 partner grant recipient of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

The DC Collaborative is proud to receive a grant for its Collective Impact work supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.