The concept is based on the idea that topography is the evidence of change over time, which parallels the Corcoran’s creative heritage and dynamic future.
From his home in Washington, D.C., Corcoran alumnus Sam Corum, Photography BFA ’12, watched images of the turmoil unfolding in Ferguson, Mo., flash across his TV screen. Corum packed his cameras and hopped in his car.
Recently, photographer and former Corcoran professor Colby Caldwell emailed in response to our rundown of alum Jason Gubiotti’s show, War Paint. Included was a gem.
Unveiled is excited to host our first guest post from the National Gallery of Art on the newly conserved “Knife Edge Mirror Two Piece.”
Not nothing as in nothing substantial, or as is nothingness/nirvana, or the great void–but in the space occupied by nothing.
Courses set, readjusted and re-set again. As Gallery 31’s Pilot finished installing, we spoke with Eliot Hicks and Ashley Van Gemeren on the impetuses that got their works to where they are.
An art-fair cannot escape the opulence of itself. At it’s best moments, you can see through the haze of comma-filled price sheets and crudités to see some great work.
Welcome to the new Unveiled blog at GW’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design! Throughout the academic year, Unveiled will continue to highlight local DC and on-campus arts
Week Seven has been a blast at Camp Creativity! Keep reading to see what our amazing campers have been working on this week!