The Washington Business Journal recently profiled Director Sanjit Sethi and his journey back to the Corcoran after his initial visit in 1995.
"I’m rounding out on 15 months being here," Sethi told WBJ. "I don’t think there has been one month that has been like another." Sethi added that he's particularly excited about the opportunity to grow the school of arts and design through the merging with GW.
"I’m a strong believer about the role that creativity will play in community development, certainly in the driving of the future of culture and in critical social engagement," he said. "That’s tremendously exciting. The Corcoran has a real role to play in the future in that. That’s what attracted me to the position. How do you build something greater than the sum of its parts? How do you teach the next generation of creative, critical, culturally-competent problem solvers. That’s what we’re trying to do."
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