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Rhymez & Rhythmz Performance Series

This affordable open mic performance series highlights professional and emerging artists across the DMV. 

This program is sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Meet The Artist Interview Series

Avery Collins and Jarrell Tha Griot speak with local artists about their creative journey. 

#MeetTheArtist logo above Rhythm Visions logo on white background.

Arts for Business, Dialogue for Success

ABDS is a workforce development program that specializes in media arts and digital storytelling.

Equipment provided by Shure and Warner Bro/Discovery. Volunteer instruction provided by the Washington D.C. Chapter of the Recording Academy (Grammy's).

Teaching Artists

Music artist standing and looking to the right. They are smiling at the audio engineer out of picture. Seen from the waist up in a recording studio with miscellaneous music equipment around.

Rhythmz Studio at Covenant House

Our studio is housed at Covenant House of Greater Washington, DC, which provides a safe haven for youth ages 18-24 experiencing homelessness.

Ifé Franklin’s
Indigo Project

Engages local communities in
building cabins to honor the lives of formerly enslaved Africans/African Americans.

In addition to creating live installations, learning about the history of local and national enslavement and emancipation, participants dance and sing in a ring-shout led by artist, Ifé Franklin.

The Justice Playbook

The Justice Playbook uses theatre to engage our local communities in crucial conversations about tensions between police and communities of color.


This program connects our youth, professional artists, partnering organizations, local police, community members, and businesses operating in the District.

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