Nearly 400 guests filled the 17th Street building to celebrate 63 M.A. candidates presenting their art to the D.C. community.
Luther W. Brady Art Gallery’s new display of Corcoran artists’ books celebrates National Poetry Month.
The Graduate Reception exemplifies the Corcoran's MA programs in interior design, book arts, new media photojournalism, exhibition design and more.
Landmark status applies to large portions of the 17th Street building’s first and second floors.
S&R, a non-profit organization supporting individuals in the arts, sciences and social entrepreneurship, intends to use the building as an incubator for artists.
For the first time this academic year, the Corcoran's doors opened Wednesday night and revealed to nearly 700 visitors a space reinvented by Corcoran students for their annual thesis exhibition.
No matter how you count the particulars of NEXT, they add up to the culmination of every Corcoran student’s experience at the school, and the apogee of his or her artistic career—so far, at least.
In less than a month, the new GW Museum and The Textile Museum’s staff makes it a habit to pull talent from every corner of the university.
The inaugural class of the George Washington University Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is preparing for NEXT, the school’s annual thesis presentation.
The D.C. Historic Preservation Board said Thursday it would decide next month whether to designate the interior of the 17th Street Corcoran building as historic.
The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum opened with a splash, as more than 2,000 visitors attended a weekend of celebration activities and inaugural events.
M.F.A. student Cassidy Garbutt’s current exhibition explores the relationship between chance and intent.
With the leadership of Professor Bob Devers, more than 500 ceramic bowls created by the Corcoran community benefit the homeless.
The new George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum will open its doors this weekend, marking the end of a two-year construction process on the corner of 21 St. and G Streets NW.
Students help curator unpack artifacts on D.C. history inside the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum’s Woodhull House.