| || National Museum of Women in the Arts |
1250 New York Avenue, NW
The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) is the only major museum in the world solely dedicated to championing women through the arts. With its collections, exhibitions, programs, and online content, the museum seeks to inspire dynamic exchanges about art and ideas
| || The O Street Museum Foundation |
2020 O Street, NW
We inspire creativity, diversity, and imagination through the fusion of the arts, science, and sports. The creative process comes in many forms: from the wrinkles on your grandmother's face to a refugee's smile in Darfur. Every story has a beautiful lining that we can all learn from, and share with each other.
| || The Octagon Museum |
1799 New York Avenue, NW
Since its beginning in 1799, The Octagon has symbolized power and national influence in Washington, DC. The Octagon was the private winter residence for the wealthiest plantation family in Virginia, who built in the newly-established capital to entertain national and international politicians. Tying it closer to our nation's history, the building was designed by the first architect of the United States Capitol, William Thornton, and the building served for six months as the White House after the 1814 Burning of Washington.
| || Old Korean Legation Museum |
1500 13th Street, NW
Located in the historic Logan Circle neighborhood northeast of the White House in Washington D.C., the Old Korean Legation building was erected in 1877 as the house of Seth Ledyard Phelps, American Civil War naval hero, politician, and diplomat.
| || Qatar America Institute for Culture (QAIC) |
1319 18th Street, NW
Creating, curating, and executing programs & research that amplify the prominence of art & culture from America, Qatar, and the Arab & Islamic worlds.
| || Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington |
1625 K Street, NW, Suite 210
The Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) is the regional trade association representing restaurants and the foodservice industry in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. RAMW works to promote and sustain the growth and development of the industry while providing its members legislative and regulatory representation, marketing and small business support, programming and events.
| || Shaw Main Streets, Inc |
875 N Street, NW
Our mission is to preserve and restore the diverse, historic environment of Shaw's 7th and 9th Street commercial corridors, offering residents and visitors a better place to live, work, shop, play, and pray.
| || Smithsonian American Art Museum/Renwick Gallery |
Renwick Gallery: Pennsylvania Avenue at 17th Street, NW
Smithsonian American Art Museum: 8th and F Streets, NW
The Smithsonian American Art Museum, the nation's first collection of American art, is an unparalleled record of the American experience. The collection captures the aspirations, character, and imagination of the American people throughout three centuries. The museum is the home to one of the largest and most inclusive collections of American art in the world.
| || St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Rock Creek Parish |
201 Allison Street, NW
We are a community comprised of different cultures, different ages, different genders, and different perspectives, but we all claim St. Paul's as our spiritual home. Our mission is to be one family in Christ using our gifts and resources to respond to the spiritual, social, and human needs of our parish and community .
| || Tenleytown Main Street |
4545 42nd Street, NW Suite 214
We are revitalizing the Tenleytown business corridor by leveraging its history to attract new businesses, create a stronger retail presence and make Tenleytown a more desirable place to work and play.
| || Tudor Place Historic House and Garden |
1644 31st Street, NW
Tudor Place Historic House & Garden preserves, interprets, and bring people closer to their own stories and the American story by connecting them to history, culture, and domestic life in the nation's capital, as embodied in the Tudor Place estate and the collections of the Custis-Peter family from the 18th through the 20th centuries.
| || U.S. Department of the Interior Museum |
1849 C Street, NW
For more than 80 years, the Interior Museum's mission has been to inspire and educate Departmental employees - as well as the general public - about the ongoing stewardship of the nation's public lands, natural resources and cultural heritage.
| || University of the District of Columbia, UDC |
4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW
At UDC, the city isn't our location; it is our campus. From the community College to workforce development programs and more, UDC is active involve in every ward-providing a quality education and enriching the lives of students, neighbors, and stakeholders alike.
| || Van Ness Main Street |
4401 A. Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 126
Van Ness Main Street includes a broad range of stakeholders who are committed to economic, aesthetic and quality of life revitalization, and communicating that Van Ness is open for business. VNMS makes Van Ness a beautiful, sustainable, walkable, and vibrant economic and cultural hub by supporting the growth of existing businesses, attracting new, local enterprises, and activating local cultural institutions.
| || Washington Area Concierge Association |
1800 M Street, NW
The Washington Area Concierge Association maintains dynamic relationships with area businesses, cultural institutions and community-based organizations, while promoting tourism in the nation's capital. This organization nurtures educational and professional growth for all concierges while upholding the highest standards of integrity and ethics.
| || Washington DC Charter Bus Company |
1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 200
Washington DC Charter Bus Company should be your go-to group transportation service in and around Washington DC and the Commonwealth states. Whether you're part of a corporate group, a wedding party, an educational journey or on a private vacation, rely on us to for comfortable and efficient group travel.
| || Washington Photo Safari |
4545 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 418
If you love to take pictures and travel, come join one of our photo Safaris! A professional photographer takes you around the monuments of Washington DC or other domestic and international travel locations, while giving you tips on composition, lighting, and exposure. We know all the great spots, and you'll have a lot of fun hearing colorful history about the sites we visit while learning how to take postcard-quality pictures!
| || Zenith Gallery |
Upper Northwest Gallery: 1429 Iris Street, NW
Zenith has established deep roots in the nation's capital and with artists and collectors across America. Throughout our history we've pushed boundaries and broken ground with an ever-changing selection of paintings, sculpture, neon, photographs, tapestries and mixed-media pieces that stimulate, engage and have profoundly enhanced our clients' residential, corporate and public-space environments.
| || Zenith Community Arts Foundation |
1429 Iris Street, NW
Founded by Margery Goldberg in 2000, the Zenith Community Arts Foundation (ZCAF) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, committed to arts advocacy, arts education, and public art, as well as using art and creativity to enrich the Greater Washington DC area, with an emphasis on our local community. Based in the Shepherd Park neighborhood of Ward 4, ZCAF achieves our goals by fostering alliances between area artists, businesses, other non-profits, and government agencies.