Our Programs

Equipping early-stage social entrepreneurs with the support they need to transform audacious ideas into scalable and sustainable ventures, and change the world.

At the intersection of art and social impact, this nine-month fellowship supports emerging artists with bold ideas of how art and creativity can be forces for social change.

At the forefront of artistic experimentation and change, a program where creativity has no limits, featuring unexpected experiences designed for curious minds.

A series of high-level discussions among global leaders, experts and innovators, focusing on major topics—including implications of robots for global society, emergency management strategies, and social impact-based sciences.

News

Tuesday
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Refugee chefs changing the way America eats

Foodhini, a Halcyon Incubator cohort 5 venture, allows refugees to sell their homeland recipes directly to US foodies with a taste for something different...

Monday
7
24

Banza and Misfit Juicery founders share their advice for starting out in the food business

The food entrepreneurs behind Banza and Misfit Juicery were highlighted on "Good Morning America" today as start-up companies with a mission to create...

Thursday
7
6

Halcyon Announces First Ever Halcyon Arts Lab Cohort of Fellows, Halcyon Incubator’s Seventh Cohort of Fellows

Seventeen total creatives tackling major social issues like gender inequality, police performance, incarceration, clean water, date rape and more are...

Thursday
6
22

Meet Our 40 Under 40 Class of 2017

If you don't know their names yet, don't worry. You will. The members of the Washington Business Journal's 2017 40 Under 40 class are already making a...

Tuesday
6
20

Wolf Trap Opera in Philip Glass’s The Fall of the House of Usher

The Washington Ballet’s former Artistic Director, Septime Webre, who led the company from 1999-2016, was subsequently appointed the Artistic Director of...

Sunday
6
18

Wolf Trap Opera offers a Terpsichorean, goth take on Glass’s “Fall of the House of Usher”

Those who believe opera should be a feast for the eyes as well as the ears likely reveled in Saturday evening’s sold-out performance of Philip Glass’s ...