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.
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.