Greetings!
Washington Conservatory of Music's Pressenda Chamber Players are performing a live concert this Saturday. Enjoy an evening of classical music from Joseph Haydn and Johannes Brahms. This concert will take place at their Westmoreland Circle location, not at the Park.

Enjoy an in-person dance – with Covid precautions in place – this Sunday: Waltz, Tango, or both!

The new Partnership Galleries exhibitions will postpone their openings to January 22. The galleries will be closed this weekend.

You'll find all the details and links for these activities, upcoming classes, and more below.

Enjoy!
Pressenda Chamber Players – Live Concert
Saturday, January 15, 8pm

Join us for an evening of live music! The Pressenda Chamber Players will perform the following:
Quartet Op. 33 no. 2 by Joseph Haydn, Quartet “Mishima” (final movement) by Philip Glass and the Viola Quintet in F Major by Johannes Brahms.

This concert will be at the Westmoreland Circle location. Click link below for COVID protocols and more information.
Find Your Class in the Winter Digital Catalog!
Click here to browse the Winter 2021 - 2022 digital catalog or go to our Classes & Camps page to learn more about online registration and the types of classes we offer.
Click here for more information about online registration.
Upcoming Adult & Teen Classes
Photoworks

Workshop: Glen Echo Night Photography
Thurs, 7-9:30pm, January 13
Mixed Media

Layered Paper Art: Winter Scene Workshop
Tues, 1-4pm, January 18
SilverWorks

Discover Silversmithing 1 Workshop
Wed-Thurs, 10:30am-1:30pm, Jan 19 - 20
Washington Conservatory of Music

Continuing Ukulele
Thurs, 8-9pm, January 13 - March 3

Songs With Friends
Thurs, 9-10pm, January 13 - March 3

Washington Conservatory Encore Chorale
Thurs, 12:30-2pm, January 13 - April 21
Dance & Movement

T’ai Chi Form Corrections
Sun, 9:30-10:30am, January 16 - March 27

T'ai Chi Tuesday Review Class
Tues, 7-8pm, January 18 - March 22
Yellow Barn

Color Mixing for Painting Workshop
Sat-Sun, 1-4:30pm, January 15 - 16

Composing the Still Life Workshop
Sat-Sun, 10am-4pm, January 15 - 16

Figure Painting from a Live Model
Mon, 7-9:30pm, January 17 - March 28

Approaching Abstract: Color & Texture
Tues, 4-6:30pm, January 18 - March 22

Drawing Perspective
Tues, 1:30-4pm, January 18 - March 8

Painting from Photos and Sketches
Tues, 9:30am-12pm, Jan 18 - March 15

Portrait and Figure in the Interior or Landscape
Tues, 6:30-9pm, January 18 - March 8
Social Dances
Our wonderful dance presenting partners continue to offer online events and in-person!
In-Person Waltz

Sunday, January 16
2:45pm - 6pm

Check Waltz Time's website for pricing, Covid procedures, and more information.
In-Person Tango

Sunday, January 16
6:30pm - 11pm

Check Tango Brilliante's Facebook Page for pricing, Covid procedures, and more information.
Yuri Long & Jon Malis
December 4, 2021 - January 18, 2022

View a selection of Photographs from Gallery Proposal winners,
Yuri Long and Jon Malis. 
Visit the Gallery on Saturdays an Sundays from 1-4pm to see the exhibit in person or view the exhibition online.
In the Galleries

Discombobulation: A Collide of Scope
Popcorn Gallery
January 22 - February 20, 2022

Michelle Lisa Herman: Always, Already, Never, Better, Faster, Stronger
Stone Tower Gallery
January 22 - February 20, 2022

An Xiao & Feng Zhou: Landscape Around Us
Park View Gallery
January 22 - February 20, 2022

Check our website for more information and gallery hours.
Art Glass Center Gallery

The Art Glass Center will be closed for the month of January.
Glen Echo Park Aquarium

The Glen Echo Park Aquarium is open by appointment ONLY! Call or text 571-334-8713 to schedule a visit.
Praline at Glen Echo Park is Open!

Praline is open on weekends now! Cafe hours are Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 4pm.
Support the Park!

Support the Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture through the Combined Federal Campaign#71123

Thank you for your support!
The Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org) and also by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County (creativemoco.com). All programs are produced in cooperation with the National Park Service and Montgomery County, Maryland.