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Corcoran College of Art and Design

The Corcoran College of Art and Design, officially founded in 1890, is the only professional and fully accredited college of art and design in Washington, D.C. For more than 100 years, the college has served the Washington community and been a vital force in the nation's art education community.
ID Number : 9513
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DC GlassWorks

DC GlassWorks is a public access studio that is located just over the DC cityline in Hyattesville, Maryland. Our goal is to provide the community withaccess to hot glass classes, working facilities and to enhance the artsexperience in the greater DC Metro area. Whether your interest is traditionalhand blown glass or using glass in broader mixed media artistic projects, DCGlassWorks provides area residents with a place to realize thier ideas using thehot glass medium. Please call for more informationDC GlassWorks / 5346 46th Avenue / Hyattesville MD / 20781 / 301.927.8271
ID Number : 21024
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District of Columbia Arts Center

The District of Columbia Arts Center is a nonprofit organization located in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, DC. DCAC supports emerging artists who are trying to get a foothold in the public arena.
ID Number : 14082
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Experiences in Architecture

The Experiences in Architecture (EiA) program at The Catholic University of America is an intense three-week workshop for students interested in architecture or other design related fields. Students are exposed to both the academic and the professional sides of the architecture arena, as the city of Washington, D.C. becomes their classroom.
ID Number : 22411
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Hinckley Pottery

Imagine a place that blends artist studio, a week at camp, and maybe a dash of encounter group and you'll get a sense of the Hinckley Pottery experience.
1707 Kalorama Road NW, Washington DC 20009tel 202 745.7055
ID Number : 14422
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Howard University : College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences affords each Howard University undergraduate student a general education foundation that undergirds his or her academic program. That foundation is designed to enhance the student's communicative, analytical reasoning, critical thinking and quantitative skills.
ID Number : 9515
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Levine School of Music

The Levine School of Music, one of the nation’s largest and most prestigious community music schools, offers a course of music education for students of all ages and stages of life.With sites in Northwest and Southeast Washington, Maryland and Virginia, Levine serves over 3,200 students in all instruments and voice through private lessons, classes and workshops. Beginning with students as young as six months, the school offers a curriculum ranging from beginning to advanced studies.Levine boasts an international faculty with expertise in the European classical tradition, jazz, music theater and the music of African, Asian and Latino cultures. Dedicated to excellence and accessibility in music education, the school offers an extensive scholarship program that is both need and merit based.As a community music school, Levine presents more than 40 free concerts annually at venues throughout the metropolitan area, in addition to frequent recitals at Levine’s four sites. Learn more about Levine at www.levineschool.org!
ID Number : 11592
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National Gallery of Art : Internships

Candidates from all backgrounds who are committed to a museum career and have completed at least an undergraduate degree by September 2000 are encouraged to apply. Interns in the program participate in the ongoing work of the department to which they are assigned, will complete a project or a discrete portion of a larger project, and will attend weekly orientation sessions designed to introduce Gallery departments, programs, and functions. Each intern's project is directed by a Gallery curator or department head.
Tel : (202) 842-6257
ID Number : 9511
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 1  Pyramid Atlantic Art Center

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center is a contemporary visual arts center dedicated to the creation, exhibition, and appreciation of paper, prints, and book arts.
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Smithsonian Internships

Interns are selected by each of the museum's twelve departments: Administration, Collections Management (Registrar), Conservation and Scientific Research, Curatorial, Design and Installation, Development, Education (including public programs), Library and Archives, Publications, Photography, Public Affairs, and Shops.
ID Number : 9512
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The Capiol Hills Arts Workshop

The mission of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop is to promote the creativity that exists within each of us... to nurture an understanding and acceptance of one another through the arts, and to be an incubator for the creation of art in the local community. This vision is accomplished through affordable, multidisciplinary instruction to adults and children by professional artists, and by creating performance and exhibition opportunities in music, drama, movement and dance, literary and visual arts. The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop is located at 545 7th Street, S.E. Washington DC, 20003.You can reach us by phone at (202) 547-6839 or by fax at (202) 543-1723.
ID Number : 14420
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The Washington School of Photography

WSP has a professional certificate program, numerous quality workshops, and special events. All classes at the Bethesda school are taught by working professional photographers. WSP is state acredited and operates as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.
ID Number : 18435
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University of Maryland : College of Arts and Humanities

The College of Arts and Humanities at the University of Maryland encompasses the study of human beings and their activities from earliest recorded history to the present. Through the examination and transfer of this knowledge we gain deeper awareness of human condition, broaden our personal perspectives and develop the tools to pursue our lives to their full potential.
ID Number : 9514
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Washington Sculpture Center

The Washington Sculpture Center (WSC) is a not-for-profit organization that promotes:teaching of sculpture in glass, metal, and stone to beginning and advanced students and placement of sculpture in public spaces in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
ID Number : 21741
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 2  Washington Studio School

The Washington Studio School, founded in 1986, is a community of serious artists and art students dedicated to the practice of visual art, building on historical traditions as they relate to contemporary ideas. Classes in drawing, painting, and sculpture emphasize working from life and are offered to adults and high school students.
Show Details | Visit Page | ID Number : 22415
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