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A number of our artists provide Professional Development programs. Participants learn a variety of ways to implement arts education programs or how to integrate arts instruction with other core academic area content.
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Class Acts Arts, Inc., a nonprofit, arts education outreach organization serving the Greater Washington, DC Metropolitan area, is proud to announce its new name: Artivate, Inc. After more than 20 years of bringing the arts to schools and communities as Class Acts Arts, the organization embarked on a rebranding project this spring to rejuvenate its brand and better connect with audiences.
Class Acts Arts moved into our new office space on April 22nd.
Our NEW address is:
8455 Colesville Rd. Suite 202
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Roll Over Beethoven @ The Fillmore
A Concert Featuring Cello Fury
With Christylez Bacon & Wytold
And Special Guests the School of Rock Silver Spring House Band
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Doors open @ 7pm. Show starts @ 7:30pm
General club admission $35. Premium seating $50. Students $15
The Fillmore Silver Spring
8656 Colesville Road
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Just a short walk from the Silver Spring Metro
A Silver Spring Arts and Entertainment District Event
Proceeds to benefit Class Acts Arts’ Arts Education Programming
Class Acts Arts Annual Gala "Art Inspires" Tickets on Sale Now!
Honorees: Joan Burns & Jeanne Simon
Silver Spring Civic Building, One Veterans Plaza
Thursday, October 15th, 7pm to 10pm
All proceeds benefit Class Acts Arts
To Purchase Tickets, Please Follow this Link
Class Acts ROCKS! @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
Class Acts Arts artists Cello Fury from Pittsbugh and DC native Christylez Bacon with Wytold Lebing will bring their extraordinary sound to the hottest stage in the DC area! Join us at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Wednesday, March 25. Doors open at 7:00pm and the show begins at 7:30pm.
Do not miss this unique event! Tickets go on sale Monday, February 9th. Trendsetter tickets for $25 available for a limited time!
Join Class Acts Arts in celebrating 20 years of Cultural Arts programming and those that have made it possible:
Ms Priscilla Peterson, MCCPTA Cultural Arts Chair
and The Maret School of Washington DC
Cantare will bring their interactive cultural arts programming to the stage for the Silver Spring Maker Faire this Sunday, September 14. Stop by the Veterans Plaza stage from 12:30 to 1:30 and then enjoy the rest of the faire!
For more information on the Silver Spring Maker Faire, click HERE
Through their performance, Cantare will encourage all to sing and dance on this Latin American tour exploring the Indigenous, European and African cultures that shape its music. Share Cantaré’s captivating Spanish and Portuguese songs and rhythms and experience fascinating instruments - donkey jaw, goat toenail rattle and armadillo shell guitar. Themed programs include Carnaval, Navidad, Rainforest, Native American Roots and Latin American Folktales). Performance highlights include National Museum of Women in the Arts, Kennedy Center, Strathmore, Smithsonian Discovery Theater and Wolf Trap.
The Washington Area Music Association nominated Cantaré 7 times for Best Children’s Group or Best Latin Group, and Cecilia Esquivel 5 times for Best Latino Vocalist. She received the WAMMIE award in 2004, 2007 and 2008. Cantaré is a 2006 Parents’ Choice Recommended award winner for their CD, Al Agua Pato. A larger ensemble is also available. Winter discount.
Class Acts Arts begins a year-long celebration of the arts in education and artists in the community. The celebration kicks off on Thursday, October 16 at the Silver Spring Civic Building from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Proceeds from the event benefit the Class Acts Arts educational outreach programming.
Host Laurie Edberg interviews Class Acts Arts Executive Director James Modrick on BEHIND THE CURTAIN, a YouTube show about the arts and arts organizations in Montgomery County, MD.
On Saturday May, 17, Class Acts Arts Founder, Busy Graham, was recognized for her efforts to increase the funding for visiting performer and artist-in-residence programs in Talbot County schools.