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IN PHOTOS: BLACK PHOTOGRAPHERS ON BLACK FATHERHOOD

Curated by SMPA’s Imani M. Cheers and opening to public view June 19, “Framing Fatherhood” at the Corcoran centers holistic representations of Black masculinity.

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ELEVEN MEMBERS OF THE GW COMMUNITY AWARDED PULITZER PRIZES

The deputy director of the Program on Extremism, a Corcoran faculty member and many other alumni from CCAS, Corcoran and SMPA were recognized for their excellence in journalism.

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NEXT 2022

For the past decade, NEXT has been an opportunity to showcase the work and skills of Corcoran students at GW. Held every spring as an end-of-year thesis and capstone show, it gives D.C. the opportunity to see the latest in contemporary art and scholarship. It is the Corcoran's celebration of its incredibly talented students.

Ranging in the form of research papers, photo essays, films, performances, or paintings, NEXT provides the opportunity to commemorate the dedication of Corcoran students to their craft.

Framing Fatherhood

Framing Fatherhood

"Framing Fatherhood" is a photojournalism exhibit celebrating Black fatherhood, curated by Dr. Imani M. Cheers from the School of Media and Public Affairs, and hosted by Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University.

June 19 - July 31, 2022
On view Wednesday - Sunday, 1 - 6 p.m.

Corcoran School of the Arts and Design
500 17th St. NW