Davide Prete's Sculpture and New Technologies class presented their work at the Making in the Arts show on February 2. The class exhibited 3D-printed sculptures that will be part of "The American Flag," a sculptural panel project. The students discussed their work and 3D-scanned show attendees on the spot—including Congressman Mark Takano.
Sculptor Joan Hall will speak about her work in the Corcoran's Hammer Auditorium on February 18 from 5:00-6:00 PM.
The Corcoran is pleased to host the 2016 National Collegiate Handmade Paper Art Triennial.
Corcoran freshmen will show their First Year Studio work on February 3, from 6:00- 8:00 PM in the White Walls Gallery at the Flagg Building. Members of the GW Community are welcome to attend.
The student-run Griffin Gallery is pleased to announce "Generation Queer," their new show, on exhibit from February 5-27 in Gallery 6.
Wildcat Hauling: Working with Waste in Public Space, the latest installation by FICTILIS, will be showing in the Atrium Gallery from February 5 to March 20.
Corcoran faculty member Jim Mole will be presenting at the GW Digital Humanities Showcase on February 12.
The Corcoran's Ceramics department holds their annual exhibit on February 5 in Gallery Four.
The Art and the Book program took home several prizes on January 8th at the 2016 College Book Art Association Annual Conference in Nashville.
The artists behind Push Factors: Perspectives on Guatemalan Migration will hold a panel discussion to close their exhibit in the Corcoran's atrium gallery.
We are excited to announce an innovative collaboration between (RED) and the Corcoran to offer a Masters in Exhibition Design Studio.
Join us for a night with the Pentagram's designer and visual strategist, Eddie Opara on January 15 in the Corcoran's Hammer Auditorium from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.
Mary Virginia Swanson, Executive Director of LOOK3, discusses how to secure project funding on January 12 from 6:30 to 8:00 PM.
For two dancers, the MFA dance program provided an artistic forum to explore their cultural identities through deeply personal performances.
Curious about the artwork Corcoran professors create for their own projects? Come see the 2015 Winter Continuing Education Faculty Show, opening December 19.