Connect with Us!
Use your favorite social networking sites to connect and stay current
There are plenty of ways to connect and stay current with what’s happening at ARTSEDGE. Here are a few— including where best to interact with our team, our content and others interested in arts education:
Join our Facebook group to keep with with news, insights and Facebook-only updates. This is a great place to connect with arts education supporters and other ARTSEDGE fans.
The Thinkfinity Community is a great place to connect to a variety of interdisciplinary resources and conversations around content from across our Thinkfinity partners— including other arts-focused partners like the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Smithsonian American History Museum, and National Geographic Education.
Our Twitter feed is where we share short news items, provide info-bites and quick updates.
We are a Featured Provider on iTunes, Apple’s tool for downloading music, podcasts, and apps for mobile devices. From our Publishers page, you can download and subscribe to our free audio stories, video clips and more.
Our YouTube Channel features videos that we have produced. We have kept comments off to ensure the channel is safe for everyone.
Flickr is a photosharing site; our photostreams push out pictures from in and around the Center.
Other ways to share your thoughts
You can contact the ARTSEDGE team directly though a variety of means:
- the Email link on the bottom of every page of the main site is the easiest and fastest way to reach us; it is especially helpful if you use it to message us about content.
- Send us traditional, paper-based mail: 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20566
Please be aware that materials sent to the Kennedy Center are irradiated, so there is a significant delay in delivery-- and you should not send CDs, photos or other items that could be damaged.
We love to hear from you! Before you contact us, take a look at these common questions to get a fast answer to your question.
Do you give grants or other financial help?
ARTSEDGE does not give any grants or financial assistance to schools, young artists, or others in the arts. The Kennedy Center gives a very limited number of grants to organizations; information is available on the Kennedy Center Education Department Web site.
Where can I find out about events at the Kennedy Center?
There are lots of performances, workshops and other events at the Center; many are free. Check out the Kennedy Center’s Web site for details on public and school events.
How can I contribute?
We are always looking for new resources. If you've got lessons plans, activities, or other ideas you'd like to share, please contact us. With the new site relaunch, it may take a little while for us to get back to you, so please bear with us!