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Is D.C. artsy? Vox lets you decide.

D.C. is @r+$y. Or at least, it has tried to be in the last ten years…and has been somewhat successful. (Vox places an emphasis on “somewhat.”) As we Hoyas find ourselves bound to the shackles of the bubble lining… Read More

Corcoran Gallery and Corcoran College partner with GWU for financial help

The Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Corcoran College of Art + Design announced Feb. 19 that they would be entering a historic collaboration with George Washington University. While this collaboration would mean that the Corcoran Gallery and Corcoran College… Read More

Remix Your Weekend: Squash pumpkins

Demolish some pumpkins: This weekend you can send your moldy gourds off in style. Come on down to Great Country Farms on Saturday to herald in Pumpkin Chuckin’ week. Launch your vegetable off a 40ft precipice or shoot it… Read More

eL Seed, self-proclaimed caligraffitist, visits Georgetown

On Wednesday evening, Georgetown welcomed self-proclaimed “caligraffitist” eL Seed to campus. Almost exclusively attended by Arabic majors, eL Seed’s presentation convened in White Gravenor, drawing around 40 students to hear him speak about his work. eL Seed’s art… Read More

Creator of the world’s largest rubber ducky visits Georgetown

How could Pittsburgh get any classier? Sculptor Florentjin Hofman, creator of the world’s largest rubber ducky, visited Georgetown Monday night on a stop before arriving at the cutting edge of the American art scene in Pittsburgh. The duck,… Read More

Gallery in Georgetown to feature art on Egypt’s upheavals

The Alla Rogers Gallery at Canal Square is featuring the work of Egyptian-American artist Mona El-Bayoumi in an exhibition sponsored by Syra Arts, an organization dedicated to promoting contemporary Egyptian art in the United States. Her exhibition, ‘Digging… Read More

District Digest: Free public support for the arts (when it suits you)

We don’t like Ike’s memorial At a Tuesday Congressional hearing on the planned Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial, it quickly became clear that congressmen hate the chosen design. So unsightly is the design, say some congressmen, that the entire… Read More

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New Spagnuolo Gallery exhibit melts the seafloor

This week, the Spagnuolo Gallery (located in the Walsh building) opened a new exhibition, “Where the Seafloor Melts,” in which both the ancient and serene are realized by both science and accuracy. The exhibit is constituted of stoneware… Read More

Two new art exhibits open on campus this week

This week, Georgetown is celebrating the openings of two new exhibits on campus. On Wednesday evening, the Art History department is sponsoring a reception in the Spagnuolo Gallery to commemorate the opening of “Pixel Vision: the First Ten… Read More