News from the Director

Success in Student Services

December 21, 2011

Sometimes just one act, one outreach makes a tremendous difference in student success.   Our expansion of student services includes offering the services of Amanda Kleinman as a learning specialist available to undergraduate and graduate students.  Amanda's personal interest in education is helping all students to recognize and build upon their strengths, limit self-defeating beliefs, and learn that kindness and persistence will overcome all obstacles.Amanda's educational background includes a B.A.

Outside these Walls

November 30, 2011


Graduate students in design created this beautiful and sustainable holiday tree for Washington's well-known 'Georgetown Jingle', a fund-raising drive for a local children's hospital. Kate Robertson, Molly Kunselman, Liz Reilly, Ruth Crump, Stacy Diehl and Claudia Sans Werner led this effort, made even more impressive as it took place during a very busy time of our academic year. 


Open: BFA Design Exhibition 2011

November 29, 2011

Join us for an evening of food, beverages, and desserts. Walk through our annual exhibition of graphic design, interior design, and digital media design student work.


DATE: Friday, December 2, 2011

TIME: 6–9:30 pm

PLACE: Corcoran College of Art + Design, Georgetown Campus, 1801 Thirty-fifth Street NW Washington, DC 20007

FLOORS: 2nd and 3rd

ROOMS: 210, 304, 305, 309, 310

Corcoran Students Work with Government Printing Office and American Printing History Association

November 29, 2011

The Art and the Book Program at the Corcoran College of Art and Design, the American Printing History Association Chesapeake Chapter, and the Government Printing Office joined forces this fall to celebrate GPO's 150th anniversary by getting some historic wood display type, long unused in GPO's basement, together with eager students at the Corcoran.

Dean of Students, John Dickson to Exhibit at George Mason University

November 15, 2011

John Dickson, Detail. Mixed Media, 10” x 15” x 1/4”
Photographer: Chris Cunningham