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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.
Flagg Building Up

A New Life for the Flagg Building 

April 18, 2018
The George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design will re-open the second floor of its signature Beaux-Arts Flagg Building on 17th Street to students this fall, boasting four refurbished floors of classroom, lab and gallery space.
Corcoran Exterior Night

Great Things Are Always On Display At The Corcoran School

April 13, 2018

In reimagining creative expression and addressing critical social issues, the George Washington University’s Corcoran School of The Arts and Design is shaping culture and creating its next ge