Art Exhibits on Campus

Art Gallery Enterprise Hall, First Floor

GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus hosts art exhibits in several gallery areas on Campus. The exhibits are open to the public and feature local prominent artists, local art clubs, and student artwork.

For more information about current exhibits contact the Office of Corporate and Community Relations at 703-726-3652.

Mongolia: Then and Now
An Exhibit of Paintings by Dasher Ayush

On display through December 2014

Four Warriors by Dasher Ayush


Born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Dasher Ayush grew up in the beautiful and wild Mongolian countryside surrounded by broad steppes, high mountain ranges and extensive rivers.  His grandfather was an exceptionally talented artist who taught Dasher how to jewel and paint as well as to revere the landscape and man’s close connection to the earth and all living things. Dasher’s paintings are about peace, freedom, and nature, and they show a delicate attention to detail and fine control of the brush. Painting in the traditional style, Dasher creates images of Mongol warriors on horseback and nomadic men herding sheep.  In contrast, his portraits of women are soft, dreamy and beautiful. More Info

Healing Journey

Personal transformation in the presence of cancer
August 20- December 12, 2014

Heart's Journey, 25" x 23"

Student Artwork from Loudoun County Public Schools on Exhibit

Approximately 50 pieces of 2-D artwork by students from John W. Tolbert Elementary School and Heritage High School is currently on display at the University through October 14, 2014. This is part of an on-going partnership with the art education office in Loudoun County Public Schools. Limited pieces of student artwork are selected by the art teachers at each participating school and displayed on Campus. The exhibits change throughout the year and allow different schools to participate. The exhibit is open to the public through October 14, 2014 at Exploration Hall, 20101 Academic Way, Room 121, Ashburn, VA 20147. Please contact building security at 703-726-8368 to confirm access before visiting.

Student artists, their families, the university community and the public are invited to a reception on Tuesday, Oct. 14. LCPS and GW staff will present certificates to all participants at 6:30 p.m. More information about the reception.

by Hope VanTuyle, Grade 3, John W. Tolbert Elementary School
By Hope VanTuyle, Grade 3, John W. Tolbert Elementary School



Art Partnerships

Loudoun County Public Schools