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Hybrid Moments brings together artwork of Corcoran and GW students, highlighting interdisciplinary approaches across various media. Hybrid Moments speaks to the mixed, interdisciplinary nature of contemporary art practices, and to this crucial moment in DC art history. The exhibition is organized by the Gallery 102 student committee, lead by GW MFA student Eames Armstrong. As we students enter a hybrid time of institution mashing, the student-run Gallery 102 has the potential to act as a site of exchange. This exhibition is just one opportunity for our student populations to come together to recognize and highlight our diverse artistic strengths. Exhibiting artists include Corcoran undergraduate students, a Corcoran MAT student, GW MFA fine arts students, a GW MFA dance student, and a GW undergrad non-art major with a passion for photography. Exhibiting artists: Hayley Cutler Nate Lewis Ryan McDonnell Michael Schiffer Johab Silva Dani Smith Lauren Stern Ashley VanGemeren Kayla Williams
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Susan Roth: Form, Frame, Fold   ( 10:00 AM Oct 22 - 5:00 PM Jan 30 2015 )
Exhibition of painting and "steel painting" by artist Susan Roth. October 22, 2014 - January 30, 2015.
All Study Away Exhibition   ( 9:00 AM Nov 6 - 6:00 PM Nov 23 )
The exhibition features works from Corcoran School's 2014 Mexico and India Study Away programs as well as a preview of courses offered for 2015. This includes a reprise of an exhibition held last January at the Fabrica La Aurora in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. The exhibition included projects from the course, Charting San Miguel taught by Professors Casey Smith and Kerry McAleer-Keeler.
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National Portfolio Day   10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Meet with representatives from art and design schools across the country to discuss your artwork and learn more about undergraduate programs and professional careers in art, design, and photography. High school students, parents, teachers, school counselors, and college transfer students are encouraged to attend. National Portfolio Days serve a variety of purposes. Most importantly, they help further the artistic development of young artists by bringing together experienced college representatives to review your work and offer critique. Click here for more information! Hosted by GW's Corcoran School of the Arts and Design
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GW TRAiLS-Indoor Rock Climbing   2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Saturday, November 22 Trip Leaders: Charlotte Dreizen + Chris Paccioretti Trip Cost: $0 (participants will pay individually, bring $20) Destination: Sport Rock Center in Alexandria Virginia. 5308 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22304 Details: We will meet in the Marvin Center Great Hall at 2:00 p.m. and we will leave for the metro shortly thereafter. Sport Rock is just a 5 minute walk from the Van Dorn Metro Station. We should arrive at Sport Rock around 2:45 p.m. After we check in, we will climb for about three hours, depending on how the group feels, and then we will head back to the metro and arrive back on campus around 6:00 p.m.. Description of Activity: Are you tired of climbing the walls of Thurston? Get your climbing back on track with a trip to Sport Rock in Alexandria Virginia! You’ll get to flex your climbing muscles in at Sportrock, a huge indoor gym with tons of different climbing routes. Compared to the wall in Hel Well, this place will blow you away! Upon arrival we will climb until everyone is tired and then head back on the metro, arriving back on campus around 6:00 p.m. While measures have been taken by TRAiLS and its Guides to minimize any risks, it is the responsibility of the participant to be advised of the risks, accept responsibility for them, and to comply with all recommendations made by the TRAiLS Guides regarding backpacking and personal safety. Failure to do so may result in the dismissal of the individual from that particular trip, as well as from future TRAiLS activities. * DON’T FORGET- This trip requires you to pay at Sportrock. When signing up online, please select the non-credit card option so you are not prompted to pay in advance. Packing List: - Water Bottle - Student ID (Qualifies you for a cheaper pass) - $20 to pay for Sport Rock day pass, rentals, and metro - Camera(optional) - Snacks (Optional) PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
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Womens Basketball vs. Maryland   3:30 PM - 6:30 PM
GW Women’s Basketball battle Maryland at 3:30 pm at the Charles E. Smith Center on the Foggy Bottom Campus.
William Walton's 'Belshazzar's Feast' premiered in 1931 at the Leed's Festival in England. Walton's piece, with text taken from Psalm 137 and the Book of Daniel, tells the story of the exiled Jews that regain their freedom from Babylon when King Belshazzar dies after using one of the Jews' sacred vessels. Originally scored for massive orchestra, the performance will feature Grace Cho, piano and Neil Weston, organ.
William Walton's 'Belshazzar's Feast' premiered in 1931 at the Leed's Festival in England. Walton's piece, with text taken from Psalm 137 and the Book of Daniel, tells the story of the exiled Jews that regain their freedom from Babylon when King Belshazzar dies after using one of the Jews' sacred vessels. Originally scored for massive orchestra, the performance will feature Grace Cho, piano and Neil Weston, organ. Join us at St. Stephen Martyr Church at Penn and 25th!
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GW TRAiLS-Ice Skating on the Potomac   7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Trip Name: Ice Skating on the Potomac Trip Date: November 22, 2014 Trip Leaders: Sarah Desabris Sign up and Cancellation date: None Trip Cost:0 ($15 per participant direct) Destination: At 11,800 square feet, the new Washington Harbour Ice Rink is DC’s largest outdoor ice skating venue, and is also larger than New York City’s Rockefeller Center rink. The Washington Harbour Ice Rink officially opens for the public skating season in mid-November after a transformation from its interchangeable use as a picturesque fountain. The Washington Harbour Ice Rink will be open annually from November until March for recreational skating every day, including all holidays. Details: We will be meeting at the Marvin center at 7:30 and walking over to the rink, about a 10 minute walk. We can skate for up to two hours. We will then return to the Marvin center, where you can enjoy the rest of your night. Description of Activity: Skating on a huge rink in front of the Potomac! Packing List: Warm clothes While measures have been taken by TRAiLS and its Guides to minimize any risks, it is the responsibility of the participant to be advised of the risks, accept responsibility for them, and to comply with all recommendations made by the TRAiLS Guides regarding backpacking and personal safety. Failure to do so may result in the dismissal of the individual from that particular trip, as well as from future TRAiLS activities. * DON’T FORGET- This trip requires you to pay at the rink. When signing up online, please select the non-credit card option so you are not prompted to pay in advance. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Intervarsity Thanksgiving Dinner   7:00 PM - 10:30 PM
If you want a home-cooked feast, then join us in the Ivory Community Room on Saturday, November 22nd at 7pm to take part in a free traditional Thanksgiving dinner, karaoke, and things that GW are thankful for!



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