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Art Exhibits on Campus
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.
Upcoming Art Exhibits
Very Special Arts 'Growing Together' Exhibit Coming Soon
August 4-September 15, 2014
Very Special Arts of Loudoun County is a fully inclusive visual and performing arts program that provides discovery opportunities for individuals with and without disabilities. Free and open to the public. Read More.
Current Art Exhibits
A selection of twenty-five beautiful nature photographs was chosen by judges at the annual Nature Visions Expo out of more than 800 submissions from seven local photography clubs. The winning pieces formed a Traveling Exhibit, which is on display at GW through July 31. Free and open to the public. Read more.
En Plein Air: Painting the Loudoun Landscape
Artwork by members of the Loudoun Sketch Club
May 5-July 13, 2014
Yellow Wood by Zeynep Baki, oil, 12" x 9"
"En Plein Air: Painting the Loudoun Landscape," assembles a group of Loudoun Sketch Club artists who share insights through their individual painting styles and techniques. This exhibit showcases the beauty of Loudoun as it also defines the Loudoun landscape en plein air. The exhibit will be on display at the George Washington University Virginia Science & Technology Campus from May 5 through July 13, 2014 in Enterprise Hall, 44983 Knoll Square, First Floor Gallery, Ashburn, VA 20147.
There will be a reception on Thursday, May 15, 2014 from 6-8 p.m. Guests will have the opportunity to meet exhibiting artists and other members of the Loudoun Sketch Club. RSVP requested by May 12, but not required.
LCPS Young Artist Series
Artwork by students from Cool Spring Elementary School and Harper Park Middle School
February 20-May 15, 2014
By Katherine Orlowsky, Grade 8
Harper Park Middle School