Jason Zimmerman (BFA Photography, 2003)

August 10, 2009

craigslist explores how four artists utilize this renowned community website as a conceptual component in their artistic practice. The exhibition features works by the artist team Joseph Dumbacher & John Dumbacher, Jason Horowitz, and Jason Zimmerman and is co-curated by Jayme McLellan, director of Civilian Art Projects and Andrea Pollan, director of Curator's Office. An opening reception is scheduled for Friday, March 21 from 7 to 9 p.m. An essay by Andrea Pollan accompanies the exhibition.

Corcoran alumna featured in local Art Gallery

August 10, 2009

Reincorporation Jamboree, curated by Steven Frost, the Corcoran’s senior assistant director of admissions, is currently on exhibition at the Honfleur Gallery in Washington, D.C. Along with several other artists, the exhibition features the photography of Corcoran graduate, Hatnim Lee. Honfleur Gallery worked with Frost to facilitate the show, which explores contemporary coming-of-age experiences through the eyes of emerging artists.

Company founded by Corcoran Alumna wins 2009 Fairfax Innovation Center Award

August 10, 2009

The Corcoran College of Art + Design congratulates alumna Mary Welch Higgins for her company’s reception of the 2009 Fairfax Innovation Center Award, presented by the City of Fairfax Economic Development Authority.

Call to Artists for the Metamorphosis Art Show

August 3, 2009

Metamorphosis Art show, a one-day art show on Sep 13, 2009 in Arlington,VA.  The deadline for Call for Artists is August 13, 2009. Please visit their website for more information

Contest: Search for Common Ground Photos!

July 31, 2009

Search for Common Ground (SFCG) is an international nonprofit organization helping people to deal with conflict in nonviolent ways: by understanding their differences, but acting on their commonalities. The premise is that what binds us together is stronger than what divides us. SFCG is partnering with the online video producer, Animoto, to launch a photo/slideshow contest that asks what common ground looks like.