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GU Arts Week Celebrates Creativity

GU Arts Week Celebrates Creativity

As students passed through the weekly farmer’s market on Wednesday afternoon, many were happily surprised to find themselves serenaded by Georgetown a cappella groups. Watching the Saxatones and Superfood light up Red Square reminded marketgoers of just how talented their peers and classmates were, while also highlighting the importance of[Read More…]

Arts Week features a series of displays, events and activities designed to celebrate the Arts at Georgetown.

Following Absence, Arts Week Returns to Celebrate Arts on Campus

The fourth annual Georgetown University Arts Week started March 27 with a series of shows, events and activities designed to celebrate and shed light on the artistic community on campus. This year’s Arts Week marks the return of the program following an absence last year, due to a lack of[Read More…]

Student Expression at Arts Week

Student Expression at Arts Week

After the success of its inaugural year in 2014, Georgetown University Arts Week is back. From April 11-18, students will be able to experience a diverse set of events and activities promoting the arts at Georgetown. Arts Week was started as a way to celebrate and promote student art, drawing[Read More…]

by April 10, 2015 0 comments Arts Issue, The Guide

Fueling a Fervor for the Arts

I am fairly certain that I got into Georgetown because of my experience as an actor. When I sat down with my school guidance counselor to go over the details of my application to Georgetown, I vividly recall his eyebrows arching as he read over the details of my work[Read More…]

by April 15, 2014 0 comments Commentary, Opinion, Opinion - Top
The Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society performs “She Loves Me,” a musical, as part of Georgetown University Arts Week, which runs from April 5 to 12.

Arts Week Paints New Picture

Georgetown is known for many things: Bill Clinton, basketball and politics to name a few, but rarely are Georgetown and the arts synonymous, despite the theater and performance studies program, which touts a top-five ranking amongst programs outside of New York City. The inaugural Georgetown University Arts Week hopes to[Read More…]

by April 8, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News