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The Washington Ballet @THEARC

The Washington Ballet spends more than $1.4 Million on its community engagement and educational efforts, the most notable of which is The Washington Ballet studios at THEARC. Opened in 2005, this satellite campus of The Washington School of Ballet bustles with the energy and excitement of more than 300 youth and 100 adults who study ballet, jazz, modern and African dance in two state-of-the-art studios. To ensure access for all, The Washington Ballet offers tuition on a sliding scale, based on household income and family size. TWB@THEARC students following the same graded curriculum and conservatory-style training as The Washington School of Ballet's flagship campus in Northwest Washington, DC.

TWB@THEARC hosts an annual four-week Summer Dance Intensive. Beginning in 2006, the Intensive melds academic and artistic learning for maximum impact. Seventy-five students attend classes from 8am-3pm Monday through Friday to jump and bend through ballet, pointe, modern, jazz, African dance, and cultural dance. Incorporated with movement courses are art and music instruction offered in collaboration with the Corcoran Gallery of Art and Levine School of Music. The Washington Ballet also partners with Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington to provide daily afternoon childcare from 3-6pm.

Click here to learn more about The Washington School of Ballet's SE Campus at THEARC.
Click here to learn more about The Washington Ballet's community engagement programs at THEARC.

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The Washington Ballet wishes to thank our sponsors @THEARC:

Anthony Lucas-Spindletop Foundation, Betty and Wes Foster Family Foundation, Building Bridges Across the River, Capital One Bank, DC Commission on Arts and Humanities, Epstein Foundation, Eugene and Agnes E Meyer Foundation, Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative, The Harman Family Foundation, J.O. Wilson Elementary School, John Eaton Elementary School, John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation, Howard and Geraldine Polinger Foundation, Lois and Richard England Family Foundation, Marpat Foundation Inc., Marshall B. Coyne Foundation, The Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs, The Morningstar Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Pepco, Public Welfare Foundation, Septima Clark Public Charter School, The Share Fund, Sitar Arts Center,Sundial Foundation