Edmund A. Walsh Memorial

The Walsh Building is home to the visual arts at Georgetown. There is classroom space devoted to the instruction of painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography and electronic media. Also located in the building is the a state-of-the-art Napolitano Digital Art Studio, the Lucille M. and Richard F.X. Spagnuola Art Gallery, a versatile Black Box theater and administrative offices for the Art and Art History Department.

1221 36th St., N.W., Washington

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Building

Upcoming Events

HAPI Hour Seminar: The Sondland Syndrome: Checking Ethics at the Door of the Institution

The M.S. Health & the Public Interest Program is pleased to present Robert Liebreich for a seminar session next month. All Georgetown community members and...

2/5 4pm
HAPI Hour Seminar: DC’s Aging Population - What Has to Change?

The M.S. Health & the Public Interest Program is pleased to present Gail Kohn for a seminar session next month. All Georgetown community members and the...

2/12 4pm
HAPI Hour Seminar: Developing Culturally Targeted Interventions to Reduce Disparities in Genetic Counseling and Testing Uptake

The M.S. Health & the Public Interest Program is pleased to present Dr. Alejandra de Mendoza for a seminar session next month. All Georgetown community...

2/19 4pm
HAPI Hour Seminar: Evidence Based Medicine and Medicare Policymaking - A SWOT Discussion

The M.S. Health & the Public Interest Program is pleased to present Dr. Louis Jacques for a seminar session in March. All Georgetown community members and...

3/18 4pm

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Edmund A. Walsh Memorial

Edmund A. Walsh Memorial posted a photo 3/19/2012