September 22, 2023
The new initiative will facilitate immersive learning, art-making and interdisciplinary research to drive exhibitions, performances and curriculum at Corcoran.
Registration is open for the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences 2023 Open House! The online event includes program-specific information sessions and opportunities to engage with current students, faculty and our admissions team.
August 28, 2023
Artist Caroline Woolard creates objects and experiences that require and encourage cooperation.
Adele Kenworthy (MFA Social Practice '22) created a multi-series, floral installation, titled Floralscapes, that aims to peacefully protest against gentrification and displacement. The first installment, #LetIvyCityBloom, demanded a community center be built in the Crummell School building for children in the Ivy City neighborhood of DC.
WHAT OUR FACULTY ARE DOING
Visiting Professor Works With GW Faculty and Students
One of our visiting professors, Paul Rucker, worked with students on a website titled Three Black Wall Streets. With the help of fellow professor Kevin Patton (Interaction Design), as well as Exhibition Design, Social Practice, and Interaction Design students, the website experience is interactive and informative. Read the full article featured on NPR about Paul Rucker’s work and visit the Three Black Wall Streets website.
WHAT OUR ALUMNI ARE DOING
Corcoran alumnus Pat Sheridan (BFA '99) donated money to students facing hardships during the months of the pandemic. After graduating from the Corcoran, Sheridan co-founded Modus Create, a consulting firm where he focuses on the intersection of design, technology, and business.
Madeline Hendricks (TRDA BA '13) has been a writer on two TV shows: “Jane the Virgin” and “Good Trouble." But she still thinks back to when she was 17 and had one of her plays performed by professional actors on Broadway.
Claire Smullen (MA, Teaching: Art Education ’12), a middle school art teacher in D.C., received the Milken Educator Award including a $25,000 prize due to her contributions to Stuart-Hobson Middle School as well as the greater D.C. community.
Stephen Ramos graduated with an MFA in Interior Design from the Corcoran in 2010. Now, using the skills and awareness he learned as a student at GW, he works as the design director for the architecture firm Gensler. Read more about Stephen’s career in Interior Architecture and his time at GW.