Wet sleeping bags, a front-row view of Jimi Hendrix and other memories of the "free-for-all" counterculture music festival from the GW community.
Legendary Shakespearean director founded the Academy for Classical Acting.
The AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy has released an app highlighting sites in the Washington area of importance to Native Americans.
Rep. Jennifer Wexton hosted the annual competition at the Virginia Science and Technology Campus where more than 235 entries from students across Virginia’s 10th District were exhibited.
Annual thesis exhibition features art from graduating students in every medium.
Gabriel “Asheru” Benn discussed how to reach youth as part of GSEHD’s “Conversations that Matter” series.
The Netflix show star was keynote speaker for a GW combined celebration of heritage of South Asians, Asian Pacific Islanders.
Campus arts venues took center stage in first-ever Art Walk.
Colleagues, current and former students, area theater supporters gave the director-producer-writer who has taught at GW for 42 years one more standing ovation.
Exhibit at the GW Museum and The Textile Museum also includes civil rights works “The Problem We All Live With” and “Murder in Mississippi.”
This year’s Bokamoso youth residency at GW attempts to make sense of South African society 25 years after the end of Apartheid.
Event honors the Lunar New Year with traditional song and dance.
Installation by Robin Bell is a prelude to the Corcoran’s upcoming retrospective on censored Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition.
Ron Chernow, the award-winning historian whose book inspired the Broadway play “Hamilton,” will visit the university to kick off the series.