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About

This annual exhibition showcases work by the graduating students of the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at the George Washington University. NEXT includes the thesis work of the Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, and Bachelor of Arts degree programs.


Visitors to NEXT are invited to engage with the next generation of storytellers, visionaries, and provocateurs as they deliver thesis presentation and participate in gallery talks.

  • Discover the next generation of artists.
  • Connect with emerging visionaries.
  • Experience innovation.

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Events

April
April 8 Wednesday
6–9 pm
NEXT Opening and Undergraduate Reception
The Corcoran School
April 8 Wednesday
8:30 am–1 pm
Gallery Critique, BFA Photography, BFA Photojournalism
Galleries 1–11
April 12 Sunday
9 am–5 pm
MA New Media Photojournalism
Hammer Auditorium
April 13 Wednesday
8:30 am–1 pm
Gallery Critique, BFA Fine Art
Galleries 1–11
April 15 Friday
8:30 am–1 pm
Gallery Critique, BFA Fine Art
Galleries 1–11
April 15 Friday
8:30 am–1 pm
Gallery Critique, BFA Photography, BFA Photojournalism
Galleries 1–11
April 16 Thursday
6–7 pm
BA Art Studies
Hammer Auditorium
April 17 Friday
12 pm
NEXT at Noon: BFA Fine Art
Galleries 1–11
April 29 Wednesday
7–9 pm
Graduate Reception
The Corcoran School
May
May 1 Friday
12 pm
NEXT at Noon: Design Lab
South Atrium
May 2 Saturday
10 am–5 pm
MA Exhibition Design
Hammer Auditorium
May 3 Sunday
10 am–5 pm
MA Exhibition Design
Hammer Auditorium
May 4 Monday
9 am–6 pm
MA Interior Design
North Atrium
May 5 Tuesday
9 am–1 pm
MA Art and the Book
Hammer Auditorium, Rotunda
May 5 Tuesday
10 am–6 pm
MA Interior Design
North Atrium
May 6 Wednesday
6:30–8:30 pm
MA Art Education, Capstone
Gallery 31
May 7 Thursday
12–7 pm
MA Art Education & Teaching
Hammer Auditorium
May 8 Friday
11 am–1:30 pm
MA Art Education & Teaching
Hammer Auditorium
May 8 Friday
12 pm
NEXT at Noon: BFA Photography, BFA Photojournalism
Galleries 1–11
May 18 Monday Exhibition Closes

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Undergraduate & Graduate Students

BFA/BA

Fine Art Photography

Sebastien Arbona

Ana Bartolo

Jamey Bryant

Rick Coulby

Kelly Chick

Rachel Johnson

Sohee Lim

Aria Maisey

Kesi Marcus

Taylor Pittman

Jordyn Raia

Colin Wheeler


Photojournalism

Noelle Smith

Tiph Browne

Craig Hudson

Genevieve Fournier

MA

Interior Design

Bodoor Al Ahmadi

Sharifa Algahtani

Mona Algwaiz

Rum Bagais

Liat Cohen

Franny Couch

Victor Fehrenbach

Travis Hatch

Annie Kettler

Ladan Majlessi

Lauren Reynolds

Andrea Ross

Sara Alnabhani

Blair Bunting

Alexandria Davis

Tatiana Dumchera

Marina Garcia

Jennifer T. Nolley

Catherine Swaniker

Annie Travers Fortune

Art Education

Adjoa J. Burrowes

Mike Green

Jennifer Heffenan

Vaughn T. Holsey


Teaching

Arnold Bigger

Kasi Burns

Kristine DiNinno

Ayesha Johnson


New Media Photojournalism

Megan Anderson

Oliver Contreras

Cynthia Driver

Kara Frame

Jordan Guevara

Pamela Kaplan

Benjamin Katz

Caroline Lacey

Katherine Nelson

Dean Pagani

Steven Phillips

Jessica Overcash

Joe Van Eeckhout

Art and the Book

Julie Garcia

Sarah Denslow

Na’ama Zussman

Julie Sheah


Exhibition Design

Jonathan Goldman

Sarah Weiner

Sarah Bordeaux

Marissa Orcutt

Jayna Champeau

Alexandra Mosher

Rachael Huszar

Mary Noxon

Lee Weaver

Lynda Andrews Barry

Emily Clark

Leslie Colvin

Heather Woods

Heidi Helgerson

William Schenck

Elizabeth Ciechanowski

Kyle Brown

Suzanne Klinefelter

Plan Your Visit

Location The Corcoran School of the Arts & Design is located at 500 Seventeenth Street NW in Washington, DC. Visitors should enter via the main entrance, located on Seventeenth Street between New York Avenue & E Street NW.
Directions
Dates April 8–May 18
Hours Wednesday 10 am–9 pm
Thursday 10 am–5 pm
Friday 10 am–5 pm
Saturday 10 am–5 pm
Sunday 10 am–5 pm

Press

To request a press kit, access to exhibition images, or other materials, email Kurie Fitzgerald. For more news and information about George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, visit the school’s website.