Event celebrates historic Washingtoniana Collection, the opening of two new exhibitions and Mr. Small’s 90th birthday.
More than 1,000 hopeful college art majors attend event at George Washington University.
Museum receives Central Asian and Chinese minority textiles and fabrics from the 20th century.
Co-curator and photographer Nancy Breslin, RES ’87, discusses exhibition and demos her pinhole camera.
Bruce P. Baganz, president of the Board of Trustees of The Textile Museum, receives the George Hewitt Myers Award.
GW expert on monster theory says the fiends that bewitch us can provide commentary on the way we live.
The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery’s latest photography exhibition will creep you out in time for Halloween.
In an interview before Saturday’s show at Lisner, Ms. Osborne discusses working with a legend.
Columbian College Dean Ben Vinson III the latest university leader to participate in discussion series.
The professor’s ninth novel, “Finale,” pulls back the curtain on one of history’s most enigmatic presidents.
Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Daniel Warwick is a part of the team that plans to transform the former trolley station.
Folk duo talks about the live sound they tried to capture on their new album, “Monterey.”
Not quite, but university namesake is centerpiece of campaign to promote civic responsibility.
Mexican American Scholar to Serve in Post During Institute’s Inaugural Year.