Summer Camp Fun. Register Now!

It's shaping up to be another summer of fun at the Park! We're offering a wide variety of day camps for children and teens (ages 4 - 19) presented by resident visual arts, music, and theater organizations at the Park, as well as non-resident partners.

Check out our camps page and sign your kids ups today >>

Expressions in Glass in the Popcorn Gallery

The Partnership and Glen Echo Glassworks present the work of Resident Artist and Glassworks director Paul Swartwood, along with other glass artists, in Expressions in Glass.  Join us for the Opening Reception on Saturday, April 5

For more information, visit our EXHIBITIONS calendar >>

Register for Spring Classes Today!

Are you ready to sign up for that art class you've always been meaning to take? Or have you been coming to Glen Echo Park for years and love our programs? Either way, we have something in our Spring/Summer lineup of classes and camps just for you!

Visit our CLASSES page for more details >>

NEW! Drop-in Art Activities on Saturdays

Join us this Saturday -- and every Saturday -- for Art Explorers Family Studio in the Candy Corner. This is a NEW parent/child drop-in art program for kids ages 10 and under.

Visit our Art Explorers page for more details >>

CLASSES & CAMPS

Spring Classes are underway. Sign up today!

 

Starting in April

For Adults and Teens:

 

Children's Classes & Programs

 

Bring your kids to Glen Echo Parfor a summer of fun!  Summer Camps

 

ArtAbility Summer Program registration is now open! More Info

 

DANCES THIS WEEK

Join us for this weekend's dances!

 

Thursday: Blues DJ Dance in the Back Room Annex and Contra Techno in the Spanish Ballroom

Friday: Contra Dance in the Spanish Ballroom with Anadama or Balboa lesson and DJ dance in the Back Room Annex

Saturday: Swing Dance with the Tom Cunningham Orchestra in the Spanish Ballroom

Sunday Afternoon: Waltz Dance with Destino da Rosa

Sunday Evening: Contra & Square Dance featuring Anadama, or a Milonga in the Back Room Annex with Tango Brillante

 

SAM ABELL ARTIST TALK

Artist Talk by Photographer Sam Abell

 

We invite you join us for an Artist Talk with renowned National Geographic photographer Sam Abell.

 

After the Artist Talk, please join us at the Opening Reception for Sam Abell: Window on the World, an exhibition featuring Mr. Abell’s photographs.

 

Please RSVP due to limited seating.

We have reached the maximum capacity for this event, and are now taking names for the waiting list.

 

 

Currently On View in our Galleries

 

Get inspired at our galleries this weekend!

 

Expressions in Glass ,  Mar 22 - Apr 27, Popcorn Gallery>>

Frank Van Riper: On Location, Mar 22 - Apr 24 Partnership Office Gallery>>

Mirror to the World - Documentary Photography 2014, Apr 4 - May 5, Photoworks Gallery>>

Cutting Edge, Apr 5 - 27, Art Glass Center Gallery>> 

 

Birthday Parties at Glen Echo Park

 

Schedule your next birthday party at the park!

 

Host your child's next birthday party at Glen Echo Park. Children 6-12 will engage in a hands-on art activity supervised by an instructor on a Sunday of your choice from 3pm to 6pm. Choose from three different activities.

 

 

 

 

What our students are saying....

 

“Glen Echo Park fosters creativity and a love of the arts as well as a sense of community. The learning and shared experiences that I have enjoyed at the Park over the years have not only strengthened my understanding of myself but also of the arts as a basic necessity.”

 

Laura C.

Member, Student, and Volunteer

 

 

 

 

 

News

Reflections on Glass on WAMU Art Beat

WAMU's Art Beat with Lauren Landau (3/24/14) featured the Art Glass Center gallery's  exhibition titled Reflections on Glass, which is the culmination of an advanced workshop called the Artists Journey.

 

BroadwayWorld.com takes a look at Miss Nelson is Missing

"Adventure Theatre's Viola Swampscares her students but Audiences laugh"- a review of Miss Nelson is Missing.

 

Glen Echo Park Trying to Make up for Losses due to the Federal Government Shutdown

The Gazette's Agnes Blum writes about the effects of the shutdown and how Glen Echo Park is recovering and moving forward.