By: Diana Lautenberger, Masters of Arts in Teaching, Art Education, Corcoran College of Art + Design, Class of 2014 With papers turned in, final projects presented, and one wrinkle and ulcer-inducing thesis accepted, I find myself at the end of my masters program
From Paris to New York to the Wild West, young explorers at the Corcoran’s Family Day had a journey around the world with art, music and performance as their wandering guide. Along the way, our Great Escapes Photobooths
It’s been a long winter in D.C., but this weekend the Corcoran can take you on an art adventure to exotic and faraway places during the Corcoran’s Family Day: The Great Escape! On Saturday, March 8th, the Corcoran will open its doors to welcome families with children of all ages looking to travel to Paris, […]
As the last of the leaves fall, and the temperature drops, we say goodbye to fall and welcome winter. During these chilly months of good tidings and holiday cheer, we invite you to celebrate the season with the Corcoran. We have lots of fun in store for youth and families, including information about Camp Creativity […]
In advance of the Graduate Programs Open House on November 2 (next Saturday!), we are highlighting some of the amazing work by the Corcoran’s Graduate department chairs and their students. Take a look at some of the incredible projects being produced by our very own faculty and their students. If these images of intricately designed […]
I study how museums use art to connect with diverse audiences….Art and art institutions are powerful tools for developing critical questions, stimulating cultural understandings, and initiating positive social change.