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Rosemary Feit Covey, Empty Paper Bags (strip 3).

Rosemary Feit Covey's Empty Paper Bags (strip 3). Resingrave engraving on paper, 2000.

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Fairchild Gallery and Special Collections Gallery

Macabre

October–January
Curated by Christen Runge, Assistant Curator-University Art Collection

A (mostly) lighthearted look at the dark side of Special Collections.
Look on these works, ye mighty, and despair!

Timothy Cole's Frieze of the Prophets

Frieze of the Prophets
Timothy Cole
Wood engraving on paper
1896
128 x 172 mm
Fairchild Endowment Fund purchase
1995.8.8

 

Kerbs Exhibit Area

Community Scholars Program Fifty Years Logo

Community Scholars Program 50th Anniversary Exhibition

October-February

Curated by Anne Sullivan, Former Senior Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Georgetown University

Founded in 1968 as a direct response to the racial justice crises of that year, the Community Scholars Program led Georgetown’s efforts to promote social justice by enrolling a more racially and socioeconomically diverse student body. Today, the Community Scholars Program is housed in the university’s Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (CMEA) and has evolved into a nationally-recognized program that supports the success of a broad range of students from communities that have historically been denied access to higher education.

This exhibit will offer visitors the opportunity to reflect on aspects of our history that have led the university community to this celebratory moment.