Join more than 120 arts and humanities organizations and individuals in the DC region who are working to provide equitable access to arts and humanities education for DC students and teachers. Help the DC Collaborative make our 22nd year the best one yet! For more information on membership please contact Tracey@dccollaborative.org or 202-470-6467 ext. 2.
Join through our online membership portal by creating account. Those who are renewing their dues, sign in using your email.
DC Collaborative Memberships for FY20 ends on June 30th, 2019. Current members will be invoiced for their FY20 dues in July 2019. New members can join by remitting dues and filling out the member enrollment survey (goes live on July 6st).
- $1 Million Plus Budget Organization - Annual Dues $750
- Large Budget Organization ($500K to $999K) - Annual Dues $500
- Mid-Size Budget Organization ($250K-$499K) - Annual Dues $250
- Small Budget Organization ($249K and below) - Annual Dues $100
- Individual Practitioner/Teaching Artist Membership - Annual Dues $50
(For those who are part of an organization, institutional dues are recommended to take advantage of full benefits of institutional membership.)
Read more about membership benefits here.
- Invitations to our member meetings
- Monthly Newsletters
- Participation in our Arts and Humanities for Every Student program
- Professional Development opportunities
Hear from our current members!
"One of most enduring and valued relationships the Smithsonian's Discovery Theater has is with the DC Collaborative. This hard working service organization has been instrumental in connecting the Smithsonian with DCPS school officials, principals, school staff and teachers, and provides networking for the local artistic and educational communities (an important focus, since so much of our region is focused n tourism.) They educate, facilitate and encourage partnerships and benefits to serve the DC area educational system, working behind the scenes in so many successful endeavors. We are lucky to have DC Collaborative. They truly enrich us all."
- Discovery Theatre
“Just as art cannot exist in a vacuum, neither can education. The DC Collaborative provides teaching artists a place to network with other professionals who work at the intersection of art and education.”
- Jenna Murphy, Teaching Artist, DC Collaborative Practitioner Member
“As a new organization in the DC area, the Collaborative is helpful for meeting other organizations and increasing our visibility in the DC Arts in Education community.”
- Dancing Classrooms DC
"The DC Collaborative supports the work of our small department by helping to promote and schedule tours. Thanks to this collaborative effect, NMWA is able to reach more DCPS students than it ever could on its own."
- National Museum of Women in the Arts
“The Avalon is proud to have been a member of the Collaborative since 2014. Our membership has allowed us to reach students in every corner of the city and significantly increase the number of students who participate in Cinema Classroom at the Avalon. The Collaborative’s many efforts to support members, such as offering “Connecting to Curriculum” workshops, serve to enrich our programs, making them more relevant to students and more useful for teachers.”
-The Avalon Theatre
“The DC Collaborative connects us to like-minded organizations and provides professional development and resources that amplify the impact of our work. We are grateful for the logistical and networking skills that help move our projects forward.”