Membership

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Membership

The Arts Club of Washington is a private club.  The members are people interested in and active in the arts, and dedicated to supporting and disseminating arts and culture in the nation’s capital. The club is fortunate to be headquartered in the historic James Monroe House, and members also share a commitment to the preservation of our historic house.

Membership privileges include the opportunity to meet other artists and patrons of the arts at formal and informal lunches, dinners, and literary or musical events.  Privileges also include use of Monroe House for personal or business entertaining and use of two comfortable guest rooms. Member artists also have the opportunity to exhibit their work.

Among the wide range of activities and benefits available to club members are concerts, club dinners with performances, book and author events, luncheons, special events, holiday parties and monthly art exhibits.  In addition members participate in the club’s National Award for Arts Writing competition, play competition, and other events sponsored by the club.

Want more information about the Club?  Want to be included on our mailing list for exhibits and other events? Contact us:

Use our contact form

Email:  administrator@artsclubofwashington.org

Or

Please call us at (202)331-7282 ext. 120

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Monday, November 24th

Arts Club Closed on Friday, November 28th

Dear Friends and Members, The Arts Club will be closed on Friday, November 28th.

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Tuesday, November 18th

Marfield Prize Annual Readers’ Tea Recap

Our ninth annual Marfield Prize competition Readers’ Tea was held on Sunday, November 9, and proved to be an outstanding event!  Club members and friends gathered together to sip tea and champagne while choosing among a wide variety of books to be considered for the 2014 Prize. Over 25 members and friends volunteered to read,…

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Friday, November 7th

Out and About: Diplomacy at E Street Cinema

On November 21st E Street Cinema will present Diplomacy, directed by iconic filmmaker Volker Schlöndorff. This French-German co-production was already a huge success in France, and it is set in Paris on a fateful night during World War II. It tells the story of two men in a diplomatic game of cat and mouse that…

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