The Workhouse Art Center is host to many special events throughout the year; anything from ballroom dances, golf tournaments, the Collector's Showcase and much, much more.Be sure to check back often for the most up-to-date events and happenings at the Workhouse!Having trouble registering online? No problem; call us and we can register you over the phone at 703-584-2900.
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Coping With Life Behind Bars: Art and Music
About the Workhouse Prison Museum:
The Workhouse Prison Museum opened to the public in 2009 and is entirely supported by private contributions. It is located in Building W-9 at the Workhouse Arts Center. The Museum was created to present an overview of some of the interesting and significant events that took place at the District of Columbia’s Correctional Complex at Lorton from its opening in 1910 until the last prison left in 2001. Your support for the museum is appreciated.
Keeping Sane While Doing Time:
Religion, Counseling and Social Services
Fires, Riots and Escapes: Lorton in the Public Eye
Life After Prison
The Workhouse Arts Center is a program of the Workhouse Arts Foundation.
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