Congratulations to Corcoran Masters of Art in Exhibition Design and GW Art History students for presenting at GW’s Research Days!
MA Exhibition Design students Michelle Kearney, Carey Milliron, Natalie Fulgencio Pérez, Kassie Juenke and Janet Connelly presented their work at the annual event that highlights multidisciplinary research, scholarship and creative endeavors being done at GW.
In the Creative Arts category, Janet Connelly won first place for her presentation, "Ancient Alien Protectors,"and Natalie Fulgencio Pérez won second for her work, "Beyond the Pupuseria: creating and inviting exhibition about Salvadoran immigrants and the pursuit of home in Mt. Pleasant, D.C."
Meanwhile, senior Emma Perloff won first place in the Humanities category. She presented her art history thesis, “The Many Fates of Medieval German Palmesels During and After the Reformation."