On March 22, leading Saudi artist Ahmed Mater will discuss his groundbreaking work in video, photography, painting, and installation offering an unparalleled perspective on contemporary Saudi Arabia. His talk will be from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM in Hammer Auditorium.
Corcoran graduate students in the Masters in Exhibition Design program have teamed up with (RED) to create an experiential concept that tells the (RED) story through physical and emotional moments centered around audience engagement. The installation, Generation ____(RED) will open on Tuesday, March 22, and run through Saturday, March 26. Public hours are Tuesday - Friday, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM and Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Come discover the next generation of (RED) at the Corcoran's Rotunda Gallery.
On February 24, members of the GW community gathered for the Corcoran's first PechaKucha Social Hour. Faculty members from across the arts discussed their thoughts on "Art as a Bridge,"and then mingled with the audience for further conversation.
The Ceramics Studio of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design welcomes your participation in our 6th annual community outreach project in support of So Others Might Eat. The Bowl-A-Thon will take place in the Flagg Building's ceramics studio from noon to 5:00 PM on select dates.
Visual Development Artist Nick Orsi will discuss the joys and challenges of working on Disney's Zootopia. The talk will take place on March 1 from 7:00 - 8:00 PM in the Corcoran's Hammer Auditorium.
Corcoran alum Elizabeth Curren will speak about her artist's books at the Library of Congress on March 24 at 3:00 PM in the Rosewald Room.
"Out of the Past," a panel discussion featuring experienced theater professionals, will take place on February 22 from 2:45- 3:45 PM in the Corcoran's Hammer Auditorium.
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.