Who They Are:
Today, members represent 115 cultural institutions and individual practitioners in the DC region, working together to advance equitable access to arts and humanities education in the District of Columbia.
In service to the greater DC arts and humanities education community, the DC Collaborative and its members work through a Collective Impact strategic planning model and serve as the lead for the Any Given Child DC (AGC DC) initiative. AGC DC is developing a plan for expanded arts education in the DC public education system, ensuring that all children will explore, create, and communicate through the arts to contribute to their development and the success of our city.
Who They Serve:
Collectively, our members serve close to 50,000 students from DC Public and Public Charter Schools, providing access to a wide variety of arts and humanities experiences. Our members aim to provide access to arts and humanities education resources to students and teachers who would not otherwise have access.
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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.
Our Members are featured in the DC Collaborative's Story Bank Blog!