Join Us For Brunch

Join us for Brunch

  • June 14, 2019

Join Artivate Board Member Ronesha Butler and friends on June 23rd from noon to 2 pm for an afternoon of good food and great conversation with Artivate teaching artist Arturo Ho, benefiting the artist programming of Artivate.

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Mosaics And Music: Make Peace The News – Sunday, June 2

Mosaics and Music: Make Peace the News – Sunday, June 2

  • May 22, 2019

Sunday, June 2nd3:00 to 5:00 pmDawson's Market in Rockville Town Square225 North Washington Street Please join Artivate and the Mattie J.T. Stepanek Foundation to "Make Peace the News" at Mosaics & Music! This event will feature the unveiling of a community mosaic mural panel created at the 2018 Peace Day with Artivate ceramic artist Carien Quiroga, which is pictured in progress above. Also featured will be a performance by Artivate teaching artist Wytold, as well as spoken word performances celebrating…

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Wells Fargo Cultural Excellence Grant Supports Programming At Title I Schools

Wells Fargo Cultural Excellence Grant Supports Programming at Title I Schools

  • April 23, 2019

Artivate is pleased to announce new funding available to Title I schools through a generous Cultural Excellence Grant from Wells Fargo. Qualifying schools in Washington, D.C. and select counties in Maryland (Montgomery County, Prince George's) and Virginia (Alexandria, Arlington, Falls Church, Fairfax) will receive funding as a 50/50 match of program fees for a performance program taking place now through November 30, 2019 (travel fee additional; some restrictions apply). Funding will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis to schools…

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House Concert Featuring Cantaré And José André

House Concert featuring Cantaré and José André

  • March 27, 2019

Join us for an afternoon of music with Cantaré (award-winning vocalist Cecilia Esquivel and guitar master Dani Cortaza), one of the amazing artist groups that Artivate, Inc. sends to engage and inspire students in schools all over the MD/DC/NoVa region. We also welcome a special guest, 14-year old Bolivian jazz pianist José André Montaño, who performs throughout the world at his young age, and has been a busy & beloved member of the DC jazz community since relocating to Washington,…

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