The Adams Morgan Community Center
The Adams Morgan Community Center is a 4,000 sq. ft. community and nonprofit incubator space at the LINE DC. Our mission is to support and empower the artistic and philanthropic endeavors of our neighborhood while celebrating the rich history of the Adams Morgan area.
We welcome artists and nonprofit organizations from across the city to apply to use the space – which includes Carina East, a satellite meeting space located in the LINE DC – for events and exhibits, with priority scheduling allowed to those headquartered in Ward 1 of Washington, DC.
Black box theatre space is subject to availability, as is all meeting and event space in the AMCC and Carina East. Please note that the Community Center is an entirely not-for-profit space, and only not-for-profit events will be approved.
In partnership with the DC Public Library, the Adams Morgan Community Center is an official DCPL satellite location.
Library Takeout at AMCC is a collection of books (in English and Spanish) for children and young adults. The collection will be replenished monthly with new titles and additions.
A library card is not needed to check out books from the Adams Morgan Community Center, and books may be returned to the AMCC, or to any branch of the DC Public Library.