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The book is a vital means through which cultures sustain memory, disseminate knowledge, and perpetuate ideas. Books of Life: Resilience and the Written Word from 1933 to Today draws on materials from the Kiev Judaica rare book collection and the Corcoran Artists’ Books collection to explore both the book’s resilience in the face of persecution and its potential to give voice to the range of human experience. This new exhibit on Gelman's 7th floor is a collaboration between the GW Libraries and the Corcoran School of the Arts + Design’s graduate student collective, DesignCorps.
The George Washington University’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery will showcase paintings, small ceramic objects and works on paper by Glenn Goldberg—a prolific Brooklyn-based painter—in its exhibition “Of Leaves and Clouds.” The exhibition focuses on the artist’s intimate relationship with nature, a theme present throughout Goldberg’s decades-long career. It features his most recent paintings completed within his Brooklyn studio. The works in the exhibit have a common feature: his ever-present dots over light washes of color creating multiple layers within each composition. Goldberg’s signature marks not only structure the space, but also are a record of Goldberg’s concentrated attention, time and devotion. His work ethic is apparent in the extraordinary details of layered textures he achieves. This, in addition to their intricacy and layers of meaning, makes Goldberg’s work appeal to many. Looking at a signature work such as Forever (2016, detail, above right), one finds elements such as birds, flower forms and leaves, all delineated using dots and stencils that even reference Australian aboriginal painting. Well-versed in European and American art from his studies at the New York Studio School and Queens College, Glenn Goldberg also draws inspiration from African and Asian art, textiles and decorative art. His works are in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the High Museum of Art, Atlanta; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO. Goldberg’s recent solo exhibitions include shows at the Jason McCoy Gallery in New York; the Betty Cunningham Gallery in New York; and the Charlie James Gallery in Los Angeles. An exciting addition to the exhibition is a new relief print, featuring one of his signature birds, recently completed in 2016. This represented the first time Goldberg gave his time and experience to GW students who are engaged in learning printmaking. Meeting with students as a mentor in a collaborative print project at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design resulted in a completed print in a small edition. This vibrantly colored print is typical of Goldberg’s imagery displaying “small families with shared interests and foci.” The original exhibition from which GW selected works was organized by FreedmanArt, New York. The exhibition is free and open to the public. Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 – Friday, April 14, 2017 Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. For more information:
For fifty years, the Ebony Fashion Fair shaped a new vision of black America through contemporary fashion. This exhibition of stunning ensembles by leading designers tells the story of the fair’s creator Eunice W. Johnson, who overcame racial prejudice to bring global fashion to African-American audiences. Developed by the Chicago History Museum in cooperation with Johnson Publishing Company, LLC, presented by the Costume Council of the Chicago History Museum, and toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, D.C. Learn more at
Please join us in the Global Resources Center (GRC) for an international student coffee hour co-hosted with the International Services Office (ISO). Enjoy a snack with your ISO friends and get to know the outstanding resources of the GRC! On display will be some of the rare and special holdings of the GRC. From Iranian schoolbooks to Russian resistance zines; from Japanese literature to Chinese military newspapers; from North Korean textbooks to classic works of Islamic law, the GRC's librarian-experts have chosen some of their most unique and interesting pieces to exhibit during this event. Please RSVP: The GRC focuses upon the political, socio-economic, historical, and cultural aspects of countries and regions around the globe from the 20th century onward with the following specialized resource centers: Russia, Eurasia, Central & Eastern Europe, China Documentation Center, Taiwan Resource Center, Japan Resource Center, Korea Resources, Middle East & North Africa.
Write Like a Scribe Day   9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Join Professor Jeffrey Cohen from the GW English Department and his Chaucer class for hands-on history at Write Like a Scribe Day. View selected manuscripts from our Special Collections and then use the latest technology of 1478 - a quill, ink, and vellum - to create your own. Get your hands dirty and learn something about history you can't necessarily find in a book - how the media you use in part determines the possibilities for the writing and story-telling you can undertake. Medieval(ish) refreshments will be served.
Programming With Python   12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
One of the reasons that Python is a popular programming language is that it can be easy for novices to learn. This workshop will introduce participants to programming by using Python to focus on the basic concepts that all programming languages build upon. No prior programming knowledge is required, just a basic understanding of computer files and folders. Please bring a laptop to this workshop. In advance of the workshop, set up your computer as described at This workshop is also offered on Thursday, March 23, 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. This workshop is part of the Build Your Skills Workshop Series which features practical, hands-on instruction in useful skills you may not learn in class. Other workshops in this Spring 2017 series are Build a Professional Website with Github Pages, Collaborating Using Github, How to Create Video Tutorials, Learn Linux Shell, Programming with Python, HTML/CSS/JS: How to Build a Web Page, Tagging, Finding, and Organizing Your Digital Files, and Intro to 3D Modeling with Tinkercad. All sessions will be first-come, first served.
Each week, the GW Confucius Institute will host a 1 hour Chinese conversation corner meeting led by one of our trained student tutors. No preparation is required for this – simply come ready to engage in fun and friendly conversation in Mandarin! Location: GW Confucius Institute - 2147 F ST NW, Washington DC 20052 *Please note, each week will be on a different day to help accommodate as many schedules as possible. **No registration required. Event is free and open to the public.
Cornell Belcher, an award-winning pollster, published the definitive book on racial fault lines in America during the Obama presidency. He will discuss the stunning findings in his new book, “A Black Man in the White House,” and his take on current affairs during this Conversation Series event with School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno. Belcher is a former CNN political contributor, was the DNC pollster under Howard Dean and was on the polling team for both Obama presidential campaigns. He is a leading expert on demographic trends and politics in America and is now the president of Brilliant Corners Research & Strategies. Attend the Event The event is free and open to the public and books will be available for purchase and signing following the discussion. Speakers Cornell Belcher, President, Brilliant Corners Research & Strategies Frank Sesno, Director, GW School of Media and Public Affairs (Moderator) Co-Sponsors GW Association of Black Journalists GW Black Student Union GW Office for Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement #ABlackManInTheWhiteHouse
Join us to learn more about the MA in Organizational Sciences program at the George Washington University. This webinar provides prospective students on opportunity learn about the program and its admission requirements, with ample time to address any questions or concerns. Register to attend About the MA in Organizational Sciences program at GW For individuals and organizations in any sector to succeed, they must be ready to think and act effectively. Through organizational management techniques, students learn to quickly solve problems and become leaders. This program provides a deep understanding of the interactive relationships between individuals, organizations, and the environment. By mastering this knowledge, students enhance their career prospects in consulting, management and human resources. For more information, please visit the Organizational Sciences website.
The George Washington University Presents 2017 South Asian Heritage Celebration Brownian Motion: Diffusing the Model Minority Tuesday, March 21 Dance GDUB Dance 8pm District House, Room B132 Come join us in the celebration and exploration of popular South Asian dance styles. Ranging Bollywood to Bhangra, you'll learn all the classic moves! No dance experience needed! Dance styles may include: Raas, Bhangra, Bollywood, Fusion, Bharatanatyam, and Belly dancing. Sponsored By: Pakistani Students Association, Indian Students’ Association, Hindu Student Association, Sikh Students’ Association, Iota Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc., South Asian Society, GW Raas, GW Bhangra, Alumni Relations, Lisner Auditorium and GW Student Association. MULTICULTURAL STUDENT SERVICES CENTER Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement 2127 G St, NW, Washington, DC 20052 202-994-6772

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