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Capitol Hill Arts Workshop

545 7th Street, SE  
Washington,  DC,  20003
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The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) offers more than 40 courses per semester in all artistic disciplines for all ages: studio arts (including ceramics, sculpture and photography), dance, theater and music. During the summer, CHAW offers four two-week camps for ages 5-12 and a program of intensive courses for adults. Year-round private music instruction is also available for piano, voice, guitar, bass, cello, violin, flute and drums & percussion. The Arts Workshop is the umbrella organization for The Capitol Hill Chorale, an 82-voice ensemble; Capitol Hill Youth Chorus, 30 voices between the ages of 7 and 14; Capitol Hill Art League, a membership-based group of artists who exhibit regularly in the Gallery at CHAW; Films on the Hill, offering a wide variety of classic films; and Catalyst Theater Company.

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