Services and Programs

Phillips@THEARC

Phillips@THEARC will provide free arts-infused experiences promoting wellness. Tapping into creativity in everyday life experiences, interactive programs will be tailored to caregivers, older adults, and K12 teachers and students.

Create-While-You-Wait
Create-While-You-Wait will be a drop-in and de-stress service designed for caregivers and families visiting THEARC. Developed in collaboration with Children’s Medical, Create-While-You-Wait will provide creative, easy-access art and wellness activities.


Creative Care for the Caregiver Programs
Phillips@THEARC will offer Creative Care for the Caregiver programs that combine mindfulness, relaxation, and creativity exercises that caregivers can practice at home.


“Tap” into Your Creativity
Phillips@THEARC will offer occasional “Tap” into Your Creativity evening programs for caregivers to sip, create, and recreate.


For more information about Phillips@THEARC, contact:

thearc@phillipscollection.org

CreativiTEA
In collaboration with Double Nickels Theatre and Levine Music, CreativiTEA will be a regular program connecting  and celebrating senior residents East of the River. Older adults will engage in activities that spark community storytelling while weaving in personal creativity through music and art.


For more information about Phillips@THEARC, contact:

thearc@phillipscollection.org

Free Field Trips to the Phillips
The Phillips will offer free field trips to the museum for Ward 7 and 8 DCPS schools.


Free Teacher Training
The Phillips will offer free teacher training on Prism.K12, the Phillips arts-integration methodology, to Ward 7 and 8 schools.  


Art Links to Learning
Art Links to Learning is the Phillips in-depth partnership program for DC Title-1 schools. Partnering school teachers and students work with the museum’s educators for three to five years on best-practice arts-integration. Click here for more information about Art Links.

Currently, Art Links works with the Washington School for Girls at THEARC and Turner Elementary School (DCPS).


For more information about the museum’s K12 opportunities for East of the River schools, contact:

mdeaver@phillipscollection.org

Phillips@THEARC is planning special programs and services in conjunction with THEARC’s celebration of the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass. Stay tuned!


For more information about Phillips@THEARC, contact:

thearc@phillipscollection.org