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O’HARA: Diversify Artwork Acquisition Practices

O’HARA: Diversify Artwork Acquisition Practices

In 1985, a group of female artists gathered in New York in an almost superhero manner for the sole purpose of fighting sexism and racism in the art world. That spring, the Museum of Modern Art hosted an exhibition displaying international paintings and sculptures; of the 165 artists featured in[Read More…]

by January 20, 2019 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top, Uncategorized
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Czech Artist Kateřina Vincourová’s New Exhibit Combines Intimacy and Expression

Czech artist Kateřina Vincourová’s three-dimensional work “Arteria,” currently on display at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, explores fragile, existentialist topics inspired by her personal life. Although the sculptures and mixed media work may come across as elegant and delicate, a closer look at the intertwining wooden[Read More…]

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Exploring Absence and Loss at The Hirshhorn

What is absence made of? How can we materialize absence? Is that even possible? The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s new exhibit, “What Absence Is Made Of,” confronts these questions through a variety of artworks and mediums. The exhibit is separated into five major subthemes: “The Dematerialization of the Art[Read More…]

Beneath The Tombs: A Rich Art History

Beneath The Tombs: A Rich Art History

Few restaurants have had as large an impact on the Georgetown community as The Tombs. There, men have proposed on bent knee, alumni have reunited and students have gathered for trivia nights, dance parties and 21st birthday celebrations. From its opening in 1962 to its role in the 1985 drama[Read More…]

by September 15, 2017 9 comments Guide - Top, Lifestyle, The Guide
KOREAN CULTURAL CENTER

Exploring Korean-American Narratives Through ‘Evolving’

Dani Guerrero is a Hoya Staff Writer. Today, the United States is home to nearly two million Korean-Americans, many of whom have spent part of their youth in Korea. The narratives of Korean-Americans are shaped both by Korean tradition as well as elements of modern Western culture. The Korean Cultural Center[Read More…]

by September 12, 2017 1 comment Features, Guide - Top, The Guide