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Photo of Cody Lindquist, BA ’02

Comedy Central: Alumna Polls Political Laughs

August 17, 2018
Actress Cody Lindquist, BA ’02, has played twin sister murder victims on Law & Order and a mock action hero on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. She’s appeared in commercials for Dunkin Donuts, 7-Up and Pizza Hut. She’s even performed a full Star War scene dressed as Princess Leia in a rush-hour New York City subway car.
Jae Rhim Lee researching for her Infinity Mushroom Project

Announcing New Faculty joining the Corcoran Fall 2018

August 07, 2018
The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is welcoming new faculty members this fall who will contribute added dimension and ingenuity to both new and well-established programs. The new additions include Professors in Interactive Design, Theatre, Foundations, Exhibition Design and Music.
Michael Kharfen of the D.C. Department of Health speaks at the Sexual+Being campaign launch event Thursday. (William Atkins/GW T

‘Sexual + Being’ Launches at Corcoran

July 26, 2018
The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University hosted an art competition and reception Thursday night to launch “Sexual + Being,” a new sexual health campaign by the D.C. Department of Health.
A drawing from Kit White's "101 Things to Learn in Art School." (Amazon)

Drawings from '101 Things to Learn in Art School' Donated to Brady Gallery

July 26, 2018
Kit White, author of the best-selling book “101 Things to Learn in Art School,” gifted 82 of his original drawings from the book to the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery at the George Washington University in honor of the gallery’s namesake, Luther W. Brady, B.A. ’46, M.D. ’48.
"Immigrant Children" went viral after Rob Rogers was fired in June.

Cartoonist’s Spiked Works Get Public Display

July 26, 2018
In Rob Rogers’ best-known cartoon, a yellow “CAUTION” sign stands in front of a gray background. At the sign’s edge, a grotesque silhouette of President Donald Trump snatches a child from her fleeing family.
Picture of Sanjit Sethi

Message From the Director

July 13, 2018
The 2017-2018 school year has been marked by innovation and exceptional growth for the Corcoran and its students, professors and staff. The Corcoran has focused on educating the next generation of cultural leaders by instilling values of creativity, empathy and innovation to effect positive social change in their local, national and international communities. The work of our students and faculty this year is a testament of that mission.
One of Rogers' cartoons that depicts a caution sign.

The Washington Post: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s spiked anti-Trump cartoons will get a D.C. museum exhibit

June 29, 2018
It is perhaps fitting that Barbra Streisand was among the first wave of celebrities to tweet this month about the killed cartoons of then-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette employee Rob Rogers. Originally published in The Washington Post (June 29, 2018).
Salon Dore participants view a powerpoint. (Kaitlin Jencso).

Community, Creativity, and Culture: The Salon Doré Solutions on Equity Series

June 21, 2018

Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., and one block away from the White House, GW’s Corcoran School of the Arts & Design actively seeks to engage and solve the pressing challenges our

Students in studio lighting class with Corcoran professor interviewing Theatre and Dance senior Kaiylah Watts

Bright Lights: Students’ Stories Across the Corcoran

June 18, 2018
Professor Benjamin Tankersley and his studio lighting class have worked diligently on a comprehensive video project, exploring the experiences of several Corcoran students and sharing the ways in which the school has impacted their lives. The final products from the effort provide unique, personable perspectives to the Corcoran’s degree programs, and demonstrate numerous opportunities for students, all available at the Corcoran.
Students looking at art in the Brady Gallery

Brady Gallery Hosts First Exhibition in New Flagg Building Space

June 18, 2018
“Full Circle: Hue and Saturation in the Washington Color School” will run through Oct. 26. Originally published on GWToday, June 18, 2018.
Eric Dietrich

In Photos: Veteran Documents Armed Forces Retirement Home

May 25, 2018
"Fifty Cents a Paycheck" by Corcoran School of the Arts and Design student Eric Dietrich is an intimate look at the late lives of those who serve. Originally published on GWToday, May 24, 2018.
'loop' by jennifer steinkamp

GW Corcoran School of the Arts and Design Acquires Works of Art from Former Corcoran Gallery Collection

May 15, 2018
Sculptures, Prints and Photographs Among the Numerous Works that Will Serve 
as the Core of the Corcoran Research Collection
Quincy Mata

NEXT Celebrates Work of Corcoran Students

April 30, 2018
Tyree Brown’s tiny portraits are intensely detailed, highly individual, as sharp and high-contrast as woodcuts. Up close they are almost pointillist, the figures composed of short, precise lines of graphite. And their arresting detail requires perseverance to create. Ms. Brown, now a senior at the George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, had to retrain herself to draw with her non-dominant left hand after a 2015 accident left her in a wheelchair without the use of her right.
Homeless Artwork by Case Baumgarten

NEXT 2018 Press Release

April 20, 2018
“NEXT,” the 2018 thesis exhibition at the George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, will explore a variety of themes and topics that affect us all. Budding artists will present projects focused on race, LGBTQ culture and the global problem of homelessness.
Banana Peel Creative Jam

The Winning Banana Peel

April 20, 2018
A graduating senior, Julie Hansen (B.F.A., Graphic Design, 2018), competed in last month’s Creative Jam competition, winning the graphic design judge’s first place and people’s choice second place awards. The competition was hosted in the Flagg Building by Adobe.

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