On-Campus Resources

Napolitano Digital Art Studio

The Thomas and Barbara Napolitano Digital Art Studio is a computer art classroom located in Walsh 290. The studio allows Art students to employ electronic media technologies as a means of artistic expression, and also provides a venue for the integration of traditional art forms with 21st century multimedia artistic practices. The Studio first opened for classes on January 12, 2000. You can learn more about the donors, Thomas and Barbara Napolitano, on the Alumni and Friends page.

Please click here to view complete information about using the Lab.
 

Library and Special Collections
Art Galleries

The Art Galleries of the Department of Art and Art History, located in the Walsh building and around the Georgetown campus, provide a teaching gallery environment to students of the arts, working artists, and the general public. Click here for information on exhibitions, locations, and hours.
 

Film and Media Studies Program

The Film and Media Studies Program at Georgetown University is an interdisciplinary academic program dedicated to exploring the relations between media, power, and social justice by integrating film and media theory and history with creative practice. Several of our professors teach courses related to this program.
 

Georgetown University Art Aficionados

The Georgetown University Art Aficionados is a student group that supports, plans, and participates in various arts-related activities throughout the academic year. Join today by visiting them on Tumblr.