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Laura Schiavo

Never Neutral: U.S. Museums Face Historical ‘Reckoning’

With museums across the country reexamining their Native American exhibits, Museum Studies Professor Laura Schiavo uncovers a legacy of political and cultural influence.

Babette Pendleton

Have You Met...Babette Pendleton?

The program manager for the Corcoran School and National Gallery collaboration shares some of her favorite hobbies, places to visit and parts about GW.

Dumi Right

Entertainment Report: DC Native ‘Dumi Right’ Live

Professor Dumi Right spoke to Voice of America in the segment Africa 54: Israel Reject Accusations of Genocide, Morocco to Lead UN-Rights Body, Live with Dumi.

Mary Morton, left, and Caroline Woolard teamed up for a discussion of curatorial strategies and much else.

Old School Meets New School in Workshop on Curatorial Strategies

Mary Morton of the National Gallery of Art joined Caroline Woolard, Corcoran visiting professor, for discussion.

Katelyn Kovach (l) and Maya Levine worked at social media correspondents at the Kennedy Center Honors.

From TikTok Contest to Backstage with Michael Bublé

Maya Levine, B.A. ’23, and GW junior Katelyn Kovach served as social media correspondents during the star-studded 46th Annual Kennedy Center Honors.

Caroline Woodard

Watch: A Conversation with Caroline Woolard, Corcoran’s Visiting Professor of Community Engagement

Video by Nicholas Aguirre Zafiro (Political Communication, Communication and Media Studies '25).

 Quinton Burns, a first-year student at Duke Ellington School of the Art at the Gallery 102 exhibition from ArtReach GW.  A

ArtReach GW Illuminates Creativity from the minds of DC Area Youth

The Honey W. Nashman Center’s ArtReach program collaborates with local institutions to provide art education and an exhibition at Gallery 102.

Shawn Shafner, M.F.A. student at GW, explores Indigenous food source.


Shawn Shafner, M.F.A. student at GW, explores Indigenous food source.