Public Programs

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Public Programs

The Arts Club of Washington offers both club members and the public a variety of arts programs. Ranging from our monthly exhibitions to our Evenings with Extraordinary Artists, we offer awards in writing, scholarships for students, and a number of other events and opportunities for artists and art lovers.

Dance

Drama
First Draft Reading Series
OneActOne Play Competition
Performances

Evenings with Extraordinary Artists

Literature

Music
Friday Noon Concerts
Piano Jazz at the Arts Club

National Award for Arts Writing
The Marfield Prize

Scholarships
Ann Bartsch Dunne scholarship- 2015 Architecture Competition

Visual Arts
Art Workshops
Call For Entries – Artist Opportunities
Gallery Exhibits

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