Performance artist Andrea Fraser discusses her work Men on the Line, KPFK, 1972, which she brings to the Corcoran on January 29, one day after giving a Visiting Artist lecture. The performance—Fraser’s first in Washington, D.C.—re-enacts a radio program from 1972 in which four men discuss their reactions to the women’s movement. Fraser plays all four roles.
The graduate Art and the Book program has been selected an exhibitor at the upcoming 12th Biennial Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair and Conference. This preeminent book arts event will showcase an array of innovative artists’ books and limited edition prints along with a rich array of notable speakers, demonstrations, special exhibitions and studio tours in the D.C. area.
This summer, the Corcoran College of Art + Design partnered with Todd Gray’s Muse at the Corcoran to develop a class in which students gained real-world experience in brand development. The class paired interior design students in a unique opportunity to collaborate together on the graphic identity of Muse. Students were tasked with fusing Todd Gray's culinary arts with the Corcoran's applied arts to develop a cohesive vision for the café's graphics and built environment.