IN PHOTOS: CORCORAN STUDENTS’ LIFE DURING THE PANDEMIC
Olga Jaramillo Salazar has lived in eight countries. Her teenage daughters have lived in four. Before she entered her current career as a photographer seeking her MA in new media photojournalism at the George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, she was a globetrotting economist.
Now, with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, she’s documenting the way she and her family have to deal with strictly limited movement.
IN PHOTOS: DEVOTION AND DEFIANCE AT D.C. PROTESTS
In the last few weeks, photojournalist Eric Lee has taken a tear gas can to the leg. He’s stood beneath a military helicopter as it descended on a crowd near the White House. He’s watched thousands of silent protestors lie still on the ground for more than eight minutes, marking the time it took for George Floyd to die while in the custody of the Minneapolis police.
GW COMMUNITY COLLABORATES TO PRODUCE PPEs FOR HOSPITAL WORKERS
An interdisciplinary team of GW students and faculty 3-D printed masks and face shields to protect health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
END-OF-YEAR EXHIBITIONS & PERFORMANCES
The COVID-19 pandemic prevented the Corcoran from hosting NEXT 2020, but many student artists still found creative ways to complete or rework their projects. See the NEXT that never was.
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