Georgetown University Art Galleries

The Georgetown University Art Galleries encompass two distinct exhibition venues: the Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery and the Lucille M. & Richard F.X. Spagnuolo Art Gallery. During the academic year, the Galleries present exhibitions featuring works by highly acclaimed professional artists, studio art faculty, and graduating art majors. The Georgetown University Art Galleries ask critical questions that promote cross-disciplinary learning, inspire dialogue, and challenge assumptions through changing exhibitions and programs for a variety of audiences. The Galleries seek to engage members of the University community, Georgetown and surrounding neighborhoods, and the Washington, D.C region. All exhibitions and public programs are free.

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  1. "Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955-1989)," Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery at Georgetown University, 2022. Organized by Light Work, in partnership with Autograph ABP, and curated by Mark Sealy and Renée Mussai, this exhibition includes additional works and texts organized by Professor Ian Bourland. Photograph by Gregory Staley.
  2. "Georgie Friedman: Vortex," Lucille M. and Richard F.X. Spagnuolo Art Gallery, 2019.
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