Ms. Brewer’s position was made possible by a $500,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The three-day summit focused on the intersection of art and social change and culminated with a group reading outside of the White House.
Professor of Geography Lisa Benton-Short says the museum’s place on the National Mall “reflects the diversity of our nation.”
Performances and works by the 2016 fellowship winners put the diverse cultures of the United States on display.
“Along the Eastern Road: Hiroshige's Fifty-Three Stations” showcases Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige's woodblock prints.
Student dancers posed in front of the Reflecting Pool to put a modern twist on a vintage photo.
A very unique ride may have brought an 18th-century sculpture to the university.
“Your Next President . . . !” features rare textiles, memorabilia from American presidential campaigns throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries.
By Ruth Steinhardt
July 2, 1881, began as an ordinary Sunday for William MacLeod.
We asked members of the GW community to help us create a Mother’s Day-themed playlist in time for May 8.
Annual showcase of work by students graduating from the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design closes on May 15.
Honors students showcase thesis work during festival directed by Maida Withers.
Wall-sized installation reflects personal experiences with the U.S.-Mexico border.
From Brazil to Sweden to Foggy Bottom, NEXT exhibits wide, yet connected range of student works.