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Using natural materials, namely wood, wax, and rope, Tazuko Ichikawa's sculptures strive to express balance, harmony, and the inner rhythm of her work. Ichikawa's work is meditative, to the viewer and to herself. She writes "Trying to reach the essence of being, my forms are minimal and reduced to essentials whose space allows the mind to expand freely. Yet the simpler the composition, the more time is spent until I succeed in liberating myself from my consciousness." Image above, right: Tazuko Ichikawa, Unfolding, 1995, wood, oil, 15 x 35 x 16 inches. Photograph courtesy of the artist. Now through December 2, 2016 Media and Public Affairs Building 805 21st Street NW Second Floor Display Cases MPA Building Hours: http://facilities.gwu.edu/general-access-building-hours
This exhibition showcases prints and explores the career of Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige—considered one of the great masters of woodblock printmaking. The exhibition will feature all the prints in Hiroshige’s seminal “Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road” series. The series was published in 1834 and established Hiroshige’s reputation as the foremost artist of the topographical landscape. In this collection of woodblock prints, Hiroshige, who is influential to artists in Japan and in the West, documented his pilgrimage along the “Eastern Road” that linked Edo (now Tokyo) with Kyoto—the ancient imperial capital of Japan. Along the Eastern Road: Hiroshige’s Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido is organized by the Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania. Partial funding is provided by the Friends of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery and the Frances K. and Leonard W. Burka Fund for the Arts. The exhibition is free and open to the public. Wednesday, August 24, 2016 - Friday, December 2, 2016 Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. For more information: http://www.gwu.edu/~bradyart/brady/exhibitions.html Image: Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797 - 1858), 16th Station: Yui, circa 1833-4 from Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road (detail), woodblock print, courtesy of Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania.
The Division of IT and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are proud to announce that GW was chosen as one of only five schools to participate in Modo Labs' The Great Appathon. This October students will be given the opportunity to create an app that will enhance GW in some way. Participants will be granted access to the no-code Modo Campus Engagement platform where they will create their apps. Any student from the university is welcome. Absolutely no technical skills are required. $4,500 in prizes will be awarded locally—$3,000 to 1st place and $1,500 to 2nd place. $10,000 will be awarded to the national winner!
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GW Volleyball vs. Fordham (National Coffee Day)   ( 7:00 PM Sep 30 - 9:00 PM )
GW Volleyball welcomes all GW faculty and staff, alumni, and students out for National Coffee Day vs. the Rams of Fordham. There will be FREE coffee provided by Starbucks and giveaways during the game. Students are FREE with a valid GWorld! #RaiseHigh
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To learn more and register, visit http://connect.gwu.edu/site/Calendar?view=Detail&id=114782
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Tom Newcomer, a collector of textiles for over twenty years, will focus on the wide array of Soumak weaving from the Shahsavan (Iran). Pieces include various types of utilitarian textiles including chuvals, horse covers, scissor bags, salt bags, and mafrashs. Rug and Textile Appreciation Mornings bring together textile experts and enthusiasts for a thematic show and tell of personal pieces. Free; no reservations required.
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The George Washington University Present 2016 Latino Heritage Celebration Vivir Unidos Saturday, October 1 Ponte Las Pilas: Community Service Event 11:15am • Foggy Bottom Metro Nothing describes living united like helping out your community. Give back and help the Latino community around you by participating in this day of service! Sponsored By: LGBT Resource Center, the Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, Organization of Latino American Students, La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc., Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Senoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc., Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad/Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc., PorColombia, Puentes GW, Casa Blanca, GW Latino Alumni Association and the GW Student Association. Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Equity MULTICULTURAL STUDENT SERVICE CENTER 2127 G St, NW, Washington, DC 20052 202-994-6772 mssc@gwu.edu
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