Exterior of Corcoran School Building seen from 17th Streets and New York Avenue

Visit

 

Decorative square icon based on architectural feature in Flagg Building

 

The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery is open to the GW community (current students, faculty and staff)

Wednesday - Friday, 12:00-4:00 pm

Or, to make an appointment to see the exhibition, please email [email protected]

Closed on university holidays.  

In accordance with GW and D.C. government regulations, all visitors over the age of 2 must wear masks inside the Corcoran Flagg Building, regardless of vaccination status.

 

The Brady Art Gallery presents changing exhibitions, please see our exhibition schedule to see what is currently on view.

 

Line drawing of the upper floors of the Corcoran Flagg Building seen from 17th Street at New York Avenue

 

 

 

 

three people looking at paintings

 

 

Getting Here

Located in the Corcoran Flagg Building, which also houses the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, at 500 17th Street, NW, on the corner of New York Avenue and 17th Street, we are just one block from the White House and seven blocks from GW’s Admissions Welcome Center in the Marvin Center. The Corcoran is convenient to the Blue, Orange, and Silver Metro lines (Farragut West Metro Stop) and the Red Metro line (Farragut North Metro Stop).

 


Accessibility

There is a wheelchair accessible entrance on the New York Avenue side of the building. When you arrive, please press the call box button and someone will be able to assist you in opening the door.