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FACTS

 

 

22

22 degrees offered

500

Over 500 graduate and
undergraduate students

1878

1878: OUR founding

 

Programs and Degrees

The Corcoran is excited to welcome students, faculty and staff to campus this fall. Learn more about the steps GW and the Corcoran are taking to prepare for your arrival to campus, including updating our public health protocols and reviewing and updating our buildings and classrooms.

 


CORCORAN STORIES

 

 

CAPTURING HISTORY WITH ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE

Maansi Srivastava (Photojournalism ‘22) was featured in Rolling Stone, where she photographed whistleblower Kevin Chmielewski for their article on exposing the corruption of former EPA chief Scott Pruitt.

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WILLIAM WILSON CORCORAN VISITING PROFESSOR PAUL FARBER SHARES TROUBLESOME HISTORY WITH MONUMENTS ON CNN

Paul Farber, co-director of Monument Labs and 2021’s William Wilson Corcoran visiting professor, was featured in CNN and explored the lack of representation and accuracy present in American monuments.

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PROFESSOR DANA TAI SOON BURGESS AWARDED ​​PRESTIGIOUS HONOR IN DANCE

Dance Professor Dana Tai Soon Burgess (MFA ‘94) received the 2021 Selma Jeanne Cohen Lecture Award, one of the most prestigious dance and dance history lectures given in the field. The award provides a dance researcher or practitioner the opportunity to present a major paper or interdisciplinary presentation, based on research or a body of accomplished work, at the Fulbright Association’s annual conference.

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NINE MEMBERS OF THE GW COMMUNITY AWARDED PULITZER PRIZES

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

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Student Work

 

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF NEXT

 

 

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New Media Photojournalism's Margaret Wroblewski's photography gives survivors of harassment on the Metro a voice.

 

 

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Ashley Llanes (BFA Fine Art Photography '19 recreated her Quinceañera photoshoot for her project for NEXT 2019.

 

 


EVENTS

 

 

NEXT 22

NEXT 2022

April 21 – May 15, 2022
The Flagg Building
500 17th St., NW
(Check hours) 1 – 6 p.m.

This year, for the first time since 2019, NEXT will be an in-person experience, on view in Washington, D.C.’s historic Flagg Building  from April 21 - May 15, as well as a virtual show.

Dance Concert Spring 2022

Dance Concert Spring 2022

Artistic Director: Maida Withers
Concert Director: Hayley Cutler | Guest Artist: Kristina Berger
Faculty Choreographer: Dana Tai Soon Burgess

Student Choreographers:
Robin Fern, Gracie Fletcher, Valerie Pena,
Shannan Richard, Paige Valego, Zoe Warren

April 21, 22, 23, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.

Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre
800 21st St. NW

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