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

Place Type

Building

Upcoming Events

Curator’s Tour for Students

Want to learn more about the Glenn Ligon exhibition? Attend a 30-minute tour with Al Miner, Director/Chief Curator of the GU Art Galleries.

3/20 12:30pm
Public Dialogue with Glenn Ligon and Steven Nelson

Hear internationally acclaimed artist Glenn Ligon in conversation with distinguished art historian Dr. Steven Nelson, Professor of African and African...

4/1 6:30pm
Representation and Self-Representation: Courtesan Culture in MIng Dynasty China and its Artistic Production

Sponsored by the Department of History with the Department of Art and Art History and the Department of Theology and Religious Studies. During the Ming...

4/4 5pm

Recent Events

Valeria Della Valle

10/18/2018

Recent Activity

Edmund A. Walsh Memorial

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