ArtStream is searching for high school and adult volunteers! Volunteering with ArtStream is fun and rewarding. Plus volunteers are eligible for SSL hours.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, location, and a brief bio if you are interested!
Click through this link to find out more information. Below, you can find many of our volunteer opportunities, plus profiles of past volunteers.
Go solo! Practice the skills and confidence to create your own performance piece.
Gaithersburg, MD: Tuesdays, Sept. 6 - Oct. 18
Back by popular demand! Learn theatre skills from the other side of the stage.
Silver Spring, MD: Tuesdays, Sept. 6 - Nov. 15
Learn the music and learn the moves to your favorite musicals.
Gaithersburg, MD: Tuesdays, Sept. 6 - Nov. 15
Social skills with a dance-party twist! Register for one, two, three, or all four sessions this fall.
Germantown, MD: Monthly on Saturdays
Next session: Sept. 17 - The Music of Prince
Thanks to our partner District Dance Co.
Get into the groove no matter what your skill level is.
North Bethesda, MD: Monthly on Sundays
First session: Sept. 18
Registration is FREE thanks to our partner Kids Enjoy Exercise Now (KEEN).
Learn the secrets of puppetry with master puppeteers!
Rockville, MD: Mondays, Oct. 10 - Dec. 12
In partnership with The Treatment and Learning Centers (TLC).
Congrats to ArtStream volunteer Hannah Kauffman on her 900 (and counting) volunteer service hours. It's been great getting to know Hannah over the past five years. We know big things are in her future!
“All my friends come see the shows. They all know the actors, they love seeing the actors, they love the actors,” [Hannah] Kauffman said. “And I love the actors too, for all of their quirks.”
Read this guest post from ArtStream Mentor Akilah Hartgrove.
Akilah can be seen onstage in Hotel Times June 19-22 at Round House Silver Spring!
Volunteer mentor Rachel Ungos will be playing a bayou showgirl named Jenna with Gaithersburg Inclusive Company A this June.
Read about her growth as a volunteer and leader throughout the past three years!
Thanks to Rachel Ungos and Nicolette Stearns for contributing to this post.