MFA student Felicia Avalos wears an Emotiv neuro headset to track her brain waves as she bends and folds her body during rehearsal for professor Maida Wither's newest show.
Photography students at the Corcoran School explore memory in “Menagerie,” an exhibition on view at the 17th Street building’s White Walls gallery.
GW received the building as part of its arts agreements with the Corcoran last summer and is currently working on a phased renovation plan.
What if you could see what dancers are thinking while onstage? Professor of Dance Maida Withers gives audiences a chance to do that in her new show, "MindFluctuations" on March 19.
On February 5, the National Gallery of Art announced that it has completed an initial selection of 17,000 Corcoran works of art currently under its custody.
Corcoran alumnus, Sam Corum, BFA '12, makes a life changing decision and takes his camera right to the scene in Missouri.
TTR Sotheby’s International Realty announced that it will serve as the exclusive listing agent for the former Corcoran College’s Fillmore building as renovations to 17th St. are planned.
Photojournalism alumna Tracy Eustaquio, B.F.A. ’14, won the Silver Award at the annual College Photographer of the Year Competition for her interpretive project, “Saudade.”
The 21 paintings featured in the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery’s newest exhibition embrace the blend of vibrancy and structure that Ms. Roth unlocked during that paroxysm in 1980.
The Internet unites people through billions of entwined networks, but...have virtual connections weakened person-to-person interaction and sociability?
High school students touting thick portfolios and sketchbooks showed up at the George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design in herds on Saturday morning.
Photographs taken by Corcoran alumnae Kaitlin Jencso, B.F.A. ’12, and Lauren Schneiderman, M.A. ’13, were selected as “curators’ picks” at this year’s main FotoWeek DC competition.
It was up to Corcoran alumnus Pratik Shah, B.F.A. ’14, to tell the story of an American diplomat named Wesley Mathews.
Five São Paulo-based artists light up Gallery 102 with work that blends gritty coolness and electrifying charm, epitomizing the chromatic hustle-and-bustle of Brazil’s largest city.