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Rogers and Telnaes discuss censorship with Sethi at the Corcoran.

Why an Art School Took a Stand Against Censorship (and more should)

October 30, 2018
A statement from Corcoran Director Sanjit Sethi on why the exhibit, "Spiked: the Unpublished Political Cartoons of Rob Rogers," happened at the Corcoran.
Alumna Tyree Brown sitting in her wheelchair on the sidewalk.

Alumna retrains herself to create art after life-altering injury

October 29, 2018
After a car accident rendered her quadriplegic in 2015 – two years into her studies at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design – alumna Tyree Brown now works on 8-by-10-inch canvases with her non-dominant hand. Originally published in the GW Hatchet by Savita Govind on October 29, 2018.
Guests view Rogers' work at opening night of "Spiked" exhibit.

Fall 2018: Corcoran News Update

October 25, 2018
The Corcoran School had an exciting summer full of new exhibitions and community programs as well as welcoming new faculty members and celebrating student accomplishments.
Attendees at the Corcoran Costume Ball

Recap: Corcoran Costume Ball

October 22, 2018
On Saturday, October 20th, the Corcoran hosted its first Costume Ball, with approximately 500 attendees. The event was designed to bring together alumni, community members and GW students, to invite them into the space and show off the creativity and spirit of the school.