Corcoran Gallery of Art:  Corcoran ArtReach

As one of Washington, D.C.'s oldest art museums and the city's only college of art and design, the Corcoran is proud to reside as the visual arts partner at THEARC through the Corcoran ArtReach program.

Corcoran ArtReach, a year-round museum outreach program, is designed to empower D.C. youth and families to explore and trust their own creativity within the context of art making and art history. ArtReach, founded in 1992, provides free arts instruction such as family workshops, after-school and summer art classes based on the Corcoran's renowned collection. ArtReach makes a special effort to foster visual literacy, critical thinking skills, and creative expression among its participants while encouraging them to develop meaningful connections between art and their lives. In addition to ArtReach, the Corcoran oversees the Community Gallery at THEARC, which serves as an exhibition venue for program participants, local artists, community organizations, and schools.

Camp Creativity includes a variety of age-appropriate thematic classes that range from traditional artistic fields to contemporary interdisciplinary areas of focus. This summer camp takes place at THEARC 1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE, Washington DC 20020, which offers fully-equipped classrooms, an outdoor play area, and convenient access by car with spacious parking...

The Museum for Black Innovation and Entrepreneurship Presents:

Creatively Making a World of Difference: African American Innovators and Entrepreneurs

Free and Open to the Public at THEARC
1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20020

THEARC Partners

Contact Information

Corcoran ArtReach
1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE, Suite 203
Washington, DC 20020
Phone: 202-889-5088

Armando Lopez-Bircann

ArtReach Coordinator