Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University

Visit us virtually! See events, talks and performances online at go.gwu.edu/atcorcoran.

The CORCORAN SCHOOL OF THE ARTS AND DESIGN at the George Washington University prepares its graduates to be the next generation of global leaders. Part of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the school functions as an incubator for artists, designers and scholars, who learn from internationally renowned faculty at the intersection of creativity and social innovation. It is an academic expe

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✨ NEXT Spotlight: Museum Studies✨

Established in 1976, Museum Studies at the George Washington University responds to the evolving museum profession by combining hands-on training with future-focused theoretical engagement. Students gain practical skills, foundational knowledge about the state of museum work today, and the ability to critically engage with developments in the field.

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A look back at this semester: On Tuesday, December 5, 2023, Mary Coughlin’s “Preventative Conservation Concepts” course took a trip to the National Gallery of Art where students learned about the intricacies of caring for art under various conditions. Photos courtesy of the National Gallery of Art.

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🎶✨NEXT Spotlight: Music ✨🎶

The Bachelor of Arts in Music degree fosters musicianship, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking. A major in music prepares students for a wide variety of career choices, both in music-centered professions and beyond. Students customize their academic path by selecting from courses in performance, theory, ensembles, composition, history, ethnomusicology, and electronic and computer music. Many of our music majors find the flexibility to double major in another academic area, due to the ability to tailor the music curriculum to their individual interests. Graduates from our program possess the knowledge, practical skills, and wisdom needed to investigate, advocate for, and create music and to analyze how music intersects with critical issues in both historical and contemporary contexts.

Don’t miss the music capstone performances tomorrow, May 4, with Nadia Lischke and Maureen Rafter. Click the link in bio to get free tickets!

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Images 1-2: GW’s Hip Hop Ensemble hosts an open jam session in the Salon Doré at the Corcoran School in November 2023.
Photographer: Eric Lee (New Media Photojournalism ‘20)

Images 3-4: Music Band Concert in Lisner Hall (December 2023).
Photographer: Sarah Hochstein (Photojournalism ‘26)

Images: 5-6: Natalie Chami, Alma Laprida, and Heather Stebbins perform “Instruments in the 21st Century: Expanding Sound” at the Salon Doré at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. 
Photographer: Eric Lee (New Media Photojournalism ‘20)

Image 7: Experimental music workshop at the Corcoran School in the Salon Doré (October 2023). Natalie Chami, Alma Laprida, and Heather Stebbins present their instruments, techniques, and musical technologies in a performance setting.
Photographer: William Atkins/GW

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In case you missed it, here are photos from the NEXT Festival Extravaganza! Read more about the night celebrating the work and creativity of Corcoran’s graduating class in our link in bio. And you can still visit the NEXT exhibition through May 16 at 500 17th Street NW, every Wednesday - Sunday, 1 - 5 pm.

Photos by William Atkins (GW) and Maria Luz Bravo (New Media Photojournalism ‘17) from the NEXT Extravaganza.

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✨NEXT Spotlight: Interior Architecture ✨

The Interior Architecture program fosters a community that encourages creativity and pushes the boundaries of design with an emphasis on conceptual thinking and the design process. Through our studio-based curriculum, the core of our program, students learn to design three-dimensional environments through the use of dynamic concepts, cutting-edge materials, and innovative methods and techniques. Our mission is to educate future designers on all aspects of the discipline so that they contribute to and advance the field of interior design through professional projects and creative research.

Images 1-3: Interior architecture classes, some taught by Professor Melina Misri. Photo by Sarah Hochstein (Photojournalism ‘26) in Feb. 2024.

Image 4: Michael Lapthorn, the National Gallery of Art’s Chief of Design, leads a tour for the undergraduate Interior Architecture class at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden in December 2023. Photos courtesy National Gallery of Art.

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✨NEXT Festival Highlight: Museum Studies Events and Exhibition✨

You are invited to year-end exhibits and events hosted by Corcoran’s Museum Studies program!

“Still in the Fight: The DC Statehood Movement” is on view at 500 17th Street NW Wed - Sunday 1-5 p.m. through May 16, with a reception on May 1, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Corcoran museum studies, exhibition design and graphic design students collaborated this year to produce an exhibit focused on the history of the movement for D.C. statehood.

You are also invited to Museum Studies’ Malaro Symposium & Research
Presentations.

Each year, the program chooses the best research papers by three graduate students, who present at an annual symposium followed by a brief speech by an influential museum professional.

This year, our keynote speaker is Nancy Bercaw, curator of Political History at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, where she also serves as senior advisor for the Center for Restorative History.

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✨NEXT Spotlight: Interaction Design ✨

Our degree programs in Interaction Design engage students in critical thinking and problem-solving to re-imagine how individuals and communities use and engage with technology, access information, and experience designed services. We believe that the future of interaction design relies on also considering its social and environmental impact, and our curriculum reflects this forward-thinking conviction. ,

Images 1-4: An Interaction Design course taught by Professor Kevin Patton; photographed by Florence Shen.

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Danielle Towers, a photojournalism major, was one of only ten GW students to receive the Distinguished Scholar Award at GW. Towers is co-president of the GW Chapter of National Press Photographers where she organizes professional and creative events and edits an annual group publication. Towers’ photographs have been exhibited at Photoville in Brooklyn, Touchstone in Washington, D.C., and VisArts Center in Maryland, and her photos have been published in Bloomberg Businessweek and other publications. She has conducted field work in Greenbelt, Maryland, where she documents the present community and its history, which you can see on display at the NEXT exhibition this month.

Read more about the award in our link in bio.

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✨NEXT Festival Event: Symposium & Research Presentations✨

On Friday, April 26, 10:30am - 4pm, you are invited to the Visiting Artists and Scholars Committee (VASC) Symposium & Research Presentations at Smith Hall of Art, Room 114. This will be a series of curated discussions and presentations with moderator Caroline Woolard, Visiting Professor of Community Engagement. 

* Thesis presentations by Serena Martin (BA), Abigail Osborne (BA), and Jason Rosenberg (MA), moderated Q&A by Caroline Woolard.
* Panel discussion with Beans Lee, BA Art History and Shawn Shafner, MFA Social Practice.
* “Art after Duchamp” - Gallery Talk with Donna Cameron, Doug Fuller, Judith Goodman, Dan Hildt, Steve Wanna

This program is organized by VASC, who are BA, MA, and MFA students within the Corcoran School who bring artists and scholars to speak on campus each year. Before the event, visit the link in bio to RSVP via eventbrite. Also, check out the NEXT Festival guide to read the biography of our student speakers! 

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If you missed “Our Songs: A Musical R***e,” please enjoy this recap post to early April. On April 4th, the Corcoran programs of Music and Theatre and Dance opened the show, “Our Songs: a Musical R***e.” Curated by GW students, “Our Songs” featured a plethora of musical performances from numbers like ‘Carrie,’ ‘Follies,’ and ‘Cabaret,’ each of them curated for the students in mind. It was truly a performance by the students and for the students! Enjoy the photos above by Sarah Hochstein (Photojournalism ‘26). Be sure to keep an eye out for other music and theatre & dance performances these upcoming weeks during NEXT via the NEXT festival guide in the link in bio.

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✨NEXT Festival Event: Extravaganza✨

Please join us for the annual NEXT Festival Extravaganza this Thursday, April 25!

Throughout the evening, view and critique the vast displays of end-of-year projects, appreciate contemporary art, and enjoy dance, theatre, and music performances.

Events will be taking place from 6:30 - 9 pm at the Flagg Atrium (500 17th Street NW).

GW students can come with just their GWID, but please ask your guests to register in advance via the link in our bio.

Photos by Denny Henry (Corcoran BFA ‘07)

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✨ NEXT Festival Event: Extravaganza ✨

Please join us for the annual NEXT Festival Extravaganza this Thursday, April 25!

Throughout the evening, view and critique the vast displays of end-of-year projects, appreciate contemporary art, and enjoy dance, theatre, and music performances.

Events will be taking place from 6:30 - 9 pm at the Flagg Atrium (500 17th Street NW).

GW students can come with just their GWID, but please ask your guests to register in advance via the link in our bio.

Photos by Denny Henry (Corcoran BFA ‘07)

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Students in the Graphic Design BFA program apply critical thinking, design processes, and user-centered approaches to solve problems through visual form and communication. Equipped with essential skills for designing across print, screen, and space, this year’s seniors engage topics ranging from issues surrounding culture and technology, to personal investigations that explore the power of emotions and identity. Through wide-ranging creative inquiry, Graphic Design students at the Corcoran respond to the ever-shifting landscape of contemporary graphic design practice and its application.

Images 1-2: In preparation for NEXT, Marc Choi’s Thesis II class engages and experiments with their work. Photo by Sarah Hochstein (Photojournalism ‘26)

Image 3: Corcoran faculty look over the work of this year’s Graphic Design thesis class as students prepare for NEXT. Photo by Sarah Hochstein (Photojournalism ‘26)

04/16/2024

✨ NEXT Festival Event: Spring Dance Concert ✨

The NEXT Festival opens with the talented students of dance taking center stage in the Betts Theatre for a mesmerizing display of grace, skill, and artistic expression!

The concert features CONTINUOUS REPLAY, choreographed originally by Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane and performed by the dance students, along with work by faculty choreographer Anna Jayne Kimmel in collaboration with Leo Hylton and the work of seven student choreographers under Concert Master Hayley Cutler.

Watch the show April 18-20 • 7:30 pm • Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre (800 21st Street NW). Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2024-spring-dance-concert-tickets-700499562047?aff=oddtdtcreator

*All GW students, faculty, and staff see the opening night show for FREE when a GWID is presented at the box office; no advance ticket purchase is necessary. *

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✨ NEXT Spotlight: Fine Arts ✨

The Fine Arts program challenges our senior thesis students to imagine, articulate, and manifest their artistic voices on a level only possible by having an extended amount of time to pursue their work within a supportive community of peers, faculty, and visiting artists. Every art practice being developed while pursuing the BA and BFA in Fine Arts has the potential to span a variety of media and material, as is evident in the variety of work in NEXT. During their senior year, each student discovers and amplifies their own creative vocabulary to produce unique, compelling, and realized visions. This year’s cohort explores a range of material, personal, and urgent social issues of today through sustained material transformation and research. These students present projects that confront the rise in anti-semitism, offer a feminist perspective on identity, translate the overwhelming anxiety of crisis culture, and explore how objects hold meaning over time through material and repetition.

To learn more about our Fine Arts students, click the link https://dpb-web.instantencore.com/program/44581/page/109473?cid=5207825

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Images 1-2: A scene from a Studio Arts undergraduate course taught by Professor Michele Carlson. 📸 Credit: William Atkins

Images 3-6: Visitors at “Everything is Fine: An MFA Show featuring Kyla Allen, Daysia Barr, and Dylan Reynolds,” in December 2023.

First-Year MFA students portray varying concepts of identity using narrative, gesture, and installation. Their exploration of trauma, gender, and self reveals that everything is indeed not fine. 📸 Credit: Sarah Hochstein (Photojournalism ‘26)

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A celebration throwback to February! On February 2nd, Jamille Wallick, professional lecturer in Corcoran’s Fine Arts Studio Program, opened her solo exhibition at VisArts titled, “until the truth is disclosed.” Her work featured an immersive camera obscura that was covered by patches, made up of individual patchwork spirals that had been stitched together. Using quilt making techniques and steel studs for materials as well as utilizing the visual language of natural repeating patterns including spiral fractals and waves, Wallick referenced and subverted the existing structures and systems placed around us. Though these structures exist, often without our control, they are still within our power to change.

After engaging in this work, one is offered a time to turn inward and upon Wallick’s request “reconsider all the ways we come together or stand alone in our quest for care and connection.”

Photography Credit: Dillon Meyer and Emmy Eggerman

To visit the installation virtually, click the link: https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipPbVTzfwa-3hEfsyylu0z34Au0crjgKi5xg0gc090H6WYyeWqVCWufZO-7jm93Uqw/photo/AF1QipMHmRweagb7kitvImN9NOjkqGnn0DSztoUKO9-f?key=bHBabzhMbi13RTNZMnphSHVUU2lmUllrTnpnd1Nn

Jamille Wallick: “Until The Truth Is Disclosed” (Show was on view February 2-March 10, 2024 at Gibbs Street Gallery)

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✨NEXT Spotlight: Exhibition Design✨

The Exhibition Design (MA) capstone installation is a territory of experimentation and innovation for both exhibition at-large and the student voice. Students are called to question and assert the relevance of exhibition in an ever-changing world and to ground their production in the forms and language of future-forward design. The work of the 2024 cohort is responsive to the unifying thematic of “the art of sustainability”. Herein, art has many meanings. And, sustainability can be of anything from energy, to ideology, to material, to community. Each of the exhibition design student projects is the realization of a unique positionally, a personal approach to translation, and an individual process for moving from meaning to form.

To learn more about our MA Exhibition Design seniors, click the link: https://dpb-web.instantencore.com/program/44581/page/109473?cid=5207825&fbclid=IwAR1j43RN_5E0p4ezGlbO6mCDU7yGk6n-jm0X-PX7sO5Sq-G90S_VUQekGKg_aem_ASWlk1adDLLEnsTOXgvEqHqjZrOh5fg1VbPtNuh5sEvmcjJR1gLlh3Ovu245SveCn6RLTUchVEfQewU21Uc64d4D

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Images 1-3: In February 2024, graduate students in both Interior Architecture and Exhibition Design got to present in a pop up at Heurich House. Students were tasked to reimagine details in House and reinterpret them through a modern lens. The Heurich House is the historic home of brewer and immigrant Christian Heurich. 📸 courtesy of Heurich House.

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✨ NEXT Spotlight: Dance ✨

The Dance program at the Corcoran School trains students to tell their own stories through movement. We prepare you for a professional career in the multifaceted field of dance as an artist, entrepreneur, manager or dance specialist. The strength of the program is the intimate relationship and mentorship by the dance faculty. This year’s NEXT projects embody the results of student exploration and synergies resulting from the encouraged double major.

Take a look back at the fall and spring performances and classes at the Corcoran.

Photos 1-3: Students of dance grace the stage of the Betts Theatre at the fall dance concert (December 2023). Photographed by Florence Shen (Photojournalism ‘26).

Photos 4-6: Scenes from a Movement Improvisation class taught by Professor Hayley Cutter (March 2024). Photographer: Joseph Decilos (Photojournalism ‘24).

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✨ NEXT Spotlight: Art History ✨

The Art History program at the Corcoran provides students with unique opportunities to study the arts. Our students learn to apply visual and historical analyses to artworks, as well as incorporate theoretical and methodological approaches to research. Our rigorous and supportive scholarly program places special emphasis on developing individual students’ research and writing skills.

For NEXT, Art History’s programs include the showing of “Art After Duchamp” and VASC’s Symposium & Research Presentations.

Visit “Art After Duchamp,” on view through May 16 in Gallery 102 of the Smith Hall of Art (801 22nd St NW), a project curated by graduate students in art history, exhibition design and museum studies taught by Prof. Lisa Lipinski. Works consist of contemporary art inspired by Duchamp’s oeuvre, in what GW Today calls a “playful, elusive legacy.”

After that, the Art History program is hosting a symposium and presentations on April 26. The event, produced by our student-run Visiting Artists and Scholars Committee, includes graduating students’ capstone presentations, followed by a Q&A and a panel discussion moderated by Caroline Woolard, this year’s Visiting Professor of Community Engagement.

To learn more about "Art After Duchamp" and attend the VASC lecture, click the links https://gwtoday.gwu.edu/playful-elusive-legacy-great-provocateur and https://www.eventbrite.com/e/next-art-history-vasc-symposium-research-presentations-tickets-869437590237?aff=oddtdtcreator respectively.

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Image 1: Corcoran art history and museum students at the “Nightmare at the Museum,” part of National Gallery Nights on Oct. 12, 2023. 📷: National Gallery of Art.

Image 2: A student curated show, “A Corcoran Homecoming: The Art of Carroll Sockwell,” on display Jan. 24 - March 9, 2024, at the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery. 📷: Sarah Hochstein (BFA, Photojournalism ’26)

Images 3 - 5: Students install pieces at Gallery 102 in Smith Hall for the exhibit “Art After Duchamp.” The exhibit features art inspired by Duchamp. Presented by the Corcoran in partnership with Washington Sculptors Group through May 16, 2024 as part of NEXT. 📷: Lily Speredelozzi (Photojournalism ’25)

04/04/2024

Please join Corcoran music & dance students at the National Gallery of Art for “Modulating Movements,” on April 6th. The two part series, respectively at 12:30pm and 2:30 pm, hosted by the National Gallery, is a unique event presenting collaborations between electronic music composition and students of dance choreography, led by faculty members Heather Stebbins and Anna Kimmel. Come to enjoy this exploration of sound and motion with free admission, open to all, at the National Gallery of Art East Building.

April 6th, 2024
12:30 pm and 2:30 pm
National Gallery of Art, East Building

This event is part of the monthly First Saturday series presented at the National Gallery. This immersive series will be hosted by the National Gallery, as part of the new partnership with the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design.

04/03/2024

GW’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is delighted to invite you to our annual NEXT Festival from April 17th - May 16, 2024. The NEXT Festival showcases the talents and scholarship of our graduating Corcoran students across studio arts, dance, design, photography, music, and more. Please join our annual tradition of celebration, filled with performances, exhibitions, and symposia across campus. See the link for the festival guide to learn more information about our graduating students, find tickets, and event specific details.

Festival Guide: https://dpb-web.instantencore.com/program/44581/page/109473?cid=5207825

Be sure to RSVP for the NEXT Festival Extravaganza on Thursday, April 25, 6:30 - 9PM. Attendees will be able to interact with the vast displays of end-of-year projects by our multidisciplinary seniors while enjoying the artistic community at the Flagg Building. Tickets are limited so be sure to click the link below.

NEXT Festival Extravaganza: https://connect.gwu.edu/site/Calendar?id=126451&view=Detail

Image shown: Design students’ mock up of our exterior banners!

04/02/2024

You are invited to this year’s Dudley Memorial Lecture: “Hellhounds and Salty Dogs: Building Restorative Blues History at the Smithsonian,” featuring John Troutman!

As part of the NEXT Festival, our speaker this year is John Troutman, Curator of Music and Musical Instruments at the National Museum of American History (). The Dudley Memorial Lecture is an annual event that provides memorable and enriching cultural experiences through talks given by notable artists, curators, critics, or educators in the arts.

Wednesday, April 17 at 6:30pm
Corcoran School of the Arts & Design
Hammer Auditorium, Flagg Building
500 17th Street NW

Our 17th Street Doors will be open for the event. Our accessible entrance is located at New York Avenue.

Click this link to RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hellhounds-and-salty-dogs-dudley-memorial-lecture-with-john-troutman-tickets-868565441617?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=ebdsshcopyurl

03/29/2024

Starting April 4th at 7:30 pm, join us for "Our Songs: A Musical R***e."

The Programs of Music and Theatre & Dance join forces to showcase all that musical theatre can offer, curated by GW students! Come see performances that draw from the wellspring of the musical stage with numbers like "Carrie" and "Follies," to present stories that resonate with the performers and are chosen with you in mind!��
All GW Students, Faculty, and Staff can get free tickets to the opening nights with a valid GW ID.

Dates: April 4, 5, 6, 2024 at 7:30 pm and April 7, 2024, at 2 pm.

Click the link https://bit.ly/3TFvFHO to get tickets!

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Please join us tonight for the opening reception of “Art After Duchamp,” an exhibition curated by graduate students taught by Art History’s Lisa Lipinski.

As a part of the class, “Marcel Duchamp: Dada Provocateur,” students from various art fields like art history, exhibition design, and museum studies, got the chance to curate the exhibition, “Art after Duchamp.” Alongside Prof. Lipinski’s selection as the show’s juror, the exhibition stands as an example of Duchamp’s enduring legacy in art by honoring the, “opening [of] the idea that anything can be art and anyone can be an artist.” The show features contemporary art inspired by specific works in Duchamp’s oeuvre.

“Art after Duchamp” is being presented by the Corcoran in partnership with Washington Sculptors Group through May 16 in Gallery 102 and is a part of the larger programming for the annual NEXT Festival.

To learn more, read the GWToday article: https://gwtoday.gwu.edu/playful-elusive-legacy-great-provocateur

Opening Night:
Wednesday, March 27 • 6-8pm
On View:
March 21 - May 16, Wednesday-Saturday 1-5 pm

Location: Smith Hall of Art (801 22nd St NW), Gallery 102

Works/ Artists shown in post:
1: “Cuboids Descending a Staircase” by Howard Goldfarb
2: “Campfire” by Chris Combs
3: “Absent Limbs” by Penny Jacoby
4: “Neo Duchampian Valise” (detail) by Eugene Provenzo
5: “Projector” by Donna Cameron”

Photo Credit: William Atkins

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How did Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen travel a thunder road to the political promised land? American studies and music major Maureen Rafter studied the ties that bind the president and the Boss.

Read this link for more: https://columbian.gwu.edu/born-runfor-president

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A look back at Jiehae Park’s Peerless (Feb. 29-March 2) at Betts Theatre (800 21st Street NW). Directed by Professor Jodi Kanter. Created by Jiehane Park, and directed by Jodi Kanter, Peerless was a dark comedic twist on Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Set in the cutthroat world of elite college admissions, Peerless featured a captivating production that merged Shakespearean themes with modern-day ambitions and desires.

Photos by Florence Shen (Photojournalism ‘26) and Joseph Decilos (Photojournalism ‘24).

Photos from Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University's post 03/22/2024

This week, “Collected Memories, Collective Futures” opened at the Flagg Building, Gallery 1 (500 17th Street NW). It is on view through this weekend, Sunday, March 24, Wed-Sat from 1-5 pm. How do we come together to know our community, understand the past, and shape the sound of our future? In the final show for two graduate students in Social Practice, join an interactive unfolding of these questions across disciplines and traditional boundaries. Ty Lackey invites active participation in his interactive sound exhibition and Shawn Shafner hosts a series of interventions to help visualize our interdependence. See full schedule click the link: https://calendar.gwu.edu/event/collected_memories_collective_futures?utm_campaign=widget&utm_medium=widget&utm_source=GW+Calendar

Photos of Wednesday’s event by Lydia Embry, Photojournalism ‘24.

03/20/2024

Don't miss a special event today, March 20th, at 1 pm in the Student Lounge, Flagg Building (500 17th Street NW): "Transcriptions."

A showing and reading of poems written by poets from freemindsbookclub and typographically interpreted by students in Graphic Design's "Typography II" class. Created via GW's Nashman Center as a community engagement project.

The event is free; no rsvp is needed.

03/19/2024

GW’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design invites you to the NEXT Festival from April 17 - May 16, 2024. An annual year-end showcase, NEXT celebrates graduating students’ projects across studio arts, dance, design, photography, music, and many other mediums. Save the date for the Festival Extravaganza on April 25: tickets are limited, so be sure to RSVP below!

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