Visit NEXT 2021: a dynamic, innovative, end-of-year celebration that gives students, faculty and D.C.’s art community the opportunity to see the latest in contemporary art, creativity and scholarship, presented by the graduating class of 2021.
This year, for the first time in its history, NEXT will be a hybrid virtual and physical experience, with outdoor installations on GW’s campus that will be on view until May 31, as well as a website where you can see students’ projects—from research papers to series of paintings to radio plays.
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.
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.
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.
THE INFINITE WISDOM OF “GUNCLES”: HOW A CORCORAN ALUM ILLUSTRATES DIVERSITY
Corcoran alumnus Kyle Marcus Bryant (BFA Fine Arts '18) recently illustrated a book called "The Wisdom of Guncles" by author Michael Dumlao. The story explores the unique role unique role queer folk fill within their families and imparts wisdom that applies to the broader human experience.
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