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    Glen Echo Park is your go-to place for classes & camps in visual arts, dance, music, and more!

    We offer a wide array of classes and workshops for children, teens, and adults, as well as camps for children & teens. We also present nature & aquatic life programs for kids. 

    Scroll down to see the types of classes we offer or to view the Winter 2020-2021 digital catalog, or use the Register button to go directly to our registration system homepage. For Winter 2020-2021, we present both online classes via Zoom and in person classes at the Park with COVID-19 guidelines in place. 


    General Registration + Polices & Procedures  |  Instructors  |  Go directly to Children's Classes or Camps.

    *** Due to COVID-19, classes and activities at the Park are subject to change. Please check here and on our registration system for updates. ***

    Both the catalog and the registration process will be online only due to Covid-19. There will be no walk-in registration and no printed catalog.


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    Arts & Media


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    Dance & Creative Movement


  • painting of boats

    Drawing & Painting


  • art glass class

    Fused Glass


  • glassblowing class



  • music class



  • photography teacher looking at photographs on the wall with a student



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Explore the Winter 2020-2021 digital catalog. 

With our new online catalog, you can browse and go directly to our registration system where you can sign up for a class!  Click the full screen icon (  ) for the best viewing. Online classes are indicated with a Zoom icon ( ). Otherwise, the class will be held in person at the Park.

If you are enrolled in a class and need help with Zoom, here's our Student Guide to Taking Classes on Zoom


  • I was in a deep funk until I worked on my most recent painting. Painting again truly did so much for me. Thank you for keeping the class going online.”