Student exhibit in Gallery 102 explores how artists interpret pouring.
D.C. Superior Court approves historic collaboration; university moves forward with plans to establish Corcoran School of the Arts and Design
Performances include Béla Fleck, Yuna, So You Think You Can Dance tour and more.
Accreditation agency team report supports historic collaboration.
The evidentiary hearing on the historic collaboration begins today.
As the Duke Ellington School of the Arts turns 40, George Washington Today examines its early days as a campus arts program.
Annual program pairs young hopefuls with top-flight musicians for instruction, performance and mentorship.
Courses for first-year students focus on the fairy tale, black culture in D.C., political manipulation and more.
On the 100th anniversary of the Great War onset, GW Today examines the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and the path to global conflict.
The photographer, M.F.A. ’12, discusses the role race and identity play in his conceptual images.
Music duo will play live at the Smith Center on Sept. 19.
Turning the Page nonprofit organization brings photos taken by children to Gallery 102.
Top recommendations from SA President Nick Gumas, CCAS Dean Ben Vinson III, Chef José Andrés and more.
Not exactly, but National Library of Medicine exhibit examines how university namesake safeguarded the health of his troops, family, staff, slaves.