The Society's goals are to preserve Indian culture and perpetuate Indian traditions, to promote fellowship among members to all American Indian tribes; to enlighten the public and encourage better understanding of the Indian people; and to assist young Indian boys and girls in their academic studies by establishing a scholarship fund.
The Center's objectives are to enhance cultural exchange and mutual understanding between East and West, and to serve as a link between Asian American and mainstream American communities in the Greater Washington DC. The Center hosts and supports a wide variety of events including cultural, educational, mass media, social services and other activities to achieve its objectives.
Celebrate Fairfax (167)
Celebrate Fairfax, Inc. (CFI) is proud to produce the finest events in Northern Virginia. Now entering our fourth decade of supporting and serving the communities of Fairfax County, we hope that you will join us as we accomplish our Mission to "Celebrate Fairfax County and Its Communities!"
The City of Fairfax is a vibrant and thriving community with much to offer businesses, residents and artists. The City of Fairfax Commission on the Arts was created in 1979 to encourage, to promote and to provide opportunity for artistic expression within the city. The Commission is working to continue the enrichment of the community through funding, information, encouragement, exhibits, education, and co-ordination.
Encore Theatrical Arts Project (ETAP) was founded in 1996 to present live musical theater performances to family audiences throughout Northern Virginia. The performing arts company of 9-18 year olds consistently brings audiences to their feet.
Founded in 1985 as a collaboration between the City of Fairfax and George Mason University, the Fairfax Spotlight on the Arts Festival aimed to enhance the community’s awareness of the many arts and cultural opportunities in Fairfax and encouraging expansion of the arts through supporting fledging arts organizations in the community. In the past decade, Spotlight has begun offering six different scholarships to high school seniors to study arts at Mason and Northern Virginia Community College.
Falls Church Arts (240)
Falls Church Arts is a non-profit 501c3 organization established in 2003. FCA initiates a variety of visual and literary arts and music programming in the area including, exhibits, lectures, classes, artists demonstrations, festivals and hosts specialty events for furthering arts education for all ages. We assist the community in development of the arts. FCA also shares ArtSpace Falls Church with our creative partner Creative Cauldron.
India International's mission is to raise awareness of Indian culture in the local community, and to serve as an India focused integrated center for educational, social, cultural and recreational services for the community. The primary goal of the School is to provide quality education in Indian culture through the performing arts of vocal and instrumental music, classical and folk dances, theatre and film classes, languages; yoga and philosophies of India.
The JCC of Northern Virginia is dedicated to offering quality programs, activities and services which emphasize Jewish culture, identity and values to people of all ages and backgrounds. The Center is a nonprofit social service organization committed to providing social, educational, fitness & wellness programs guided by Jewish values.
The Korean American Association of the Washington Metropolitan Area (KAAW) is the oldest umbrella association protecting the rights and representing the interests of 250,000 Korean-Americans in the Washington Metropolitan area.
Lorton Arts Foundation (325)
The Lorton Arts Foundation, Inc. (LAF) is a 501(c) 3 Virginia non‐profit organization which uses the former Occoquan Workhouse Prison as a thriving world-class center for the arts, preserving the rich architectural and cultural heritage. The Foundation executes its mission through the Workhouse Arts Center (the Workhouse). It promotes and supports the arts in Lorton, Fairfax, and neighboring counties in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
McLean Community Center (290)
McLean Community Center offers a continuing program of activities for adults and children, including a wide range of classes, lectures, study tours, camps, art exhibits, theatre performances, and specialty shows. The Center also sponsors major community activities such as McLean Day at Lewinsville Park in May and the 4th of July Fireworks at Langley High School.
Center facilities include the 386-seat Alden Theatre, the McLean Project for the Arts galleries, the Susan B. DuVal Art Studio, meeting and conference rooms, a rehearsal studio and a classroom/commercial kitchen.
Reston Community Center (231)
Reston Community Center strives to offer varied and enriching programs in Reston. The broad range of programs provide enrichment and life-long learning. Reston Community Center also creates and sustains community traditions through special community events, outreach activities, and facility rentals. Reston Community Center is home to athletic facilities, including an indoor pool, and a wide variety of performing arts at the facility's CenterStage Theatre.
The Artory, a multi-purpose community arts facility located in suburban Washington, DC.
The International Cultural Center (ICC) of The Enrichment Centers, Inc.(TEC), is now in its 17th year of providing superior language and culture programs to Maryland, Virginia & Washington D.C. students.
Wolf Trap (228)
America's National Park for the Performing Arts, Wolf Trap plays a valuable leadership role in both the local and national performing arts communities. Presently, the Wolf Trap Foundation organizes and runs several distinct venues including the Wolf Trap Opera Company, The Barns at Wolf Trap, and the Filene Center.