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.
The Corcoran bids farewell to our beloved stained-glass windows as they return home to Park Abbey in Belgium.
Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards talks about the challenges and satisfactions of his Corcoran School drawing class in this interview with Wizards Magazine.
Janis Goodman’s intermediate painting class was challenged with using the collection of the Textile Museum as source material for a painting.
Artists, A-list celebrities, art collectors—and GW alumni—flocked to Miami Beach, Florida, this past weekend for Art Basel Miami Beach, one of the biggest art fairs in the United States.
The Corcoran is joining forces with the Kennedy Center to bring you a performance by the National Symphony Orchestra. Musicians will perform in the Flagg Building's most-celebrated spaces.
Territory: Separation and Unification Jerusalem and Washington DC, a collaboration with Israel's Bezalel School, opens in the White Walls gallery.
OPEN, our annual exhibition of graphic, interior, and digital media design undergraduate student work, is now available for viewing during normal public hours.
The Corcoran's Griffin Gallery opened with Spirits: Works by Kohei Urakami. Run by students for students, the gallery provides a platform for innovative work.
Interested in taking one of our classes? On December 19, the Graduate, Undergraduate, and Continuing Education programs will answer questions in our atrium.