Chris D'Elia

Three Minutes with Chris D’Elia

September 16, 2014

The comedian and star of NBC’s “Undateable” prepares for his show at Lisner on Sept. 20.


Amazon vs. Hachette in E-Book Pricing War

September 15, 2014

Web retail giant and publishing house pit readers against authors in public contract battle


Historic Arts Agreement Transfers $43 Million to GW

September 10, 2014

Funds will be used to operate Corcoran School and renovate 17th Street building.


Apple Unveils Mobile Pay System, 3 New Devices

September 10, 2014

School of Business professors Donna Hoffman and Tom Novak on Apple dropping the “i” and becoming the “brand of the body.”


Traveling Exhibit Will Celebrate Okinawan Culture

September 08, 2014

University, Textile Museum announces plans to host exhibition of rare Okinawan textiles in 2016.

Joe Hale

Corcoran Presents Joseph Asher Hale’s 'Fathom'

September 08, 2014

Installation in Gallery 31 modeled after the future supercontinent formation, Pangea Ultima.

Henry Moore"Icons of British Sculpture" features Henry Moore's small statues, including "Draped Reclining Figure: Knee."

‘Icons of British Sculpture’ Comes to Brady Art Gallery

September 02, 2014

Luther W. Brady Art Gallery show features Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and more.


The Art of ‘Chasing Down the Pour’

August 22, 2014

Student exhibit in Gallery 102 explores how artists interpret pouring.


GW, Corcoran and National Gallery Receive Approval to Implement Agreements

August 18, 2014

D.C. Superior Court approves historic collaboration; university moves forward with plans to establish Corcoran School of the Arts and Design


Lisner Announces New Season

August 18, 2014

Performances include Béla Fleck, Yuna, So You Think You Can Dance tour and more.


Corcoran Agreement Hearing Continues

August 04, 2014

Accreditation agency team report supports historic collaboration.


President Knapp To Testify in Corcoran Agreement Hearing

July 28, 2014

The evidentiary hearing on the historic collaboration begins today.


Looking Back: GW Celebrates Ellington School Milestone

July 16, 2014

As the Duke Ellington School of the Arts turns 40, George Washington Today examines its early days as a campus arts program.

Chamber Music Jacob

GW Summer Piano & Chamber Music Institute Students Debut at Kennedy Center

July 14, 2014

Annual program pairs young hopefuls with top-flight musicians for instruction, performance and mentorship.

dean's seminars fairy tale

Columbian College Announces Fall Dean’s Seminars

July 10, 2014

Courses for first-year students focus on the fairy tale, black culture in D.C., political manipulation and more.