#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

Don’t miss Margaret Cho at Lisner, plus a townhall discussion about America's opioid crisis.

June 26, 2017

Thanks for tuning into #GWToDo all semester long! Your weekly events agenda will return to its regular schedule on Aug. 21. We'll keep you updated on the most interesting activities going on throughout campus on June 26 and July 24.

July 13 at 7 p.m. Margaret Cho at Lisner

Lisner Auditorium
730 21st St., NW

Margaret Cho, the legendary comedian and advocate of Asian and LGBTQ rights, comes to Lisner for an intimate one-time performance that will benefit the LGBT Health Policy & Practice Program at George Washington University.  The yearlong graduate-level program in LGBT health offers in-depth training leading to competencies for those who seek to better serve and advocate for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Proceeds from the performance will support program activities, curriculum development and student scholarships.

Ms. Cho’s sold out concert tours include “I’m the One That I Want” and “Notorious C.H.O.” She has also appeared on television and in movies and has released numerous popular books and concert videos.



Coming Up:


July 12 at 7 p.m. America's Opioid Crisis: A National Town Hall

Lisner Auditorium
730 21st St., NW
Free with RSVP by July 1

Last year, more than 30,000 Americans died from opioid addiction, but many more were either saved from overdose or identified by professionals in their community as needing intervention, treatment and recovery. In a national town hall sponsored by the Hazelden Betty Ford Institute for Recovery Advocacy in partnership with the Association of Recovery in Higher Education, experts will discuss how to reach those affected by the country’s deadly opioid addiction crisis. William Cope Moyers, VP of Communications at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and former CNN reporter will moderate the event.


Now-July 7 REFLECT: Photography Looking Forward, Looking Back

Luther Brady Art Gallery
805 21st St., NW 

Reflections can be defined in numerous ways, from a physical mirror image to a contemplative thought on the past, to a resemblance to a person, place or thing. Reflections of all kinds, importantly, show us something of ourselves. Photographs from GW's Collection by Andy Warhol, Philippe Halsman, Sally Gall, Louis Faurer and Louis Stettner as well as selected work from local photographers Jackie Bailey Labovitz, Dave Scavone and Sandy Sugawara show some of these physical and ephemeral reflections in the Brady Art Gallery’s new exhibition.


Save the Date:


August 11 at 8 p.m. Youssou N'Dour

Lisner Auditorium
730 21st St., NW


Youssou N'Dour from Senegal is one of the major stars of African pop. He and his band are internationally known for their thoughtful lyrics and joyous performances.