The Dimock Gallery is an educational gallery which provides a setting for the display of art on The George Washington University campus. With the active support of Department of Fine Arts and Art History students, the Dimock Gallery's new mission provides for a "hands-on" experience for curating and presenting their creative endeavors. Ongoing student and faculty participation provides a forum for students to curate, display, and critique their creative efforts, and creates a learning environment in which students can organize exhibitions and learn about exhibition design with the advice of faculty and curators. From time to time, exhibitions will be staged in conjunction with Lisner Auditorium performances, such as Flamenco Festivals, other international collaborations, and academic programs.
The George Washington University, founded in 1821 and chartered by an act of Congress of the United States of America, is located in the heart of Washington, D.C. It is centered in the national and international crossroads of the world and commits itself to excellence in the creation, dissemination, and application of knowledge. Though George Washington University is more than 175 years old, it continues to generate creative energy, breaking down the boundaries between disciplines, and the divide between academia and the world at large.
The Dimock Gallery is located in the Lower Lobby of Lisner Auditorium (730 21st Street, N.W.) in the midst of GW's campus in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The Dimock Gallery is located on the corner of 21st and H Streets NW. Take the metro to the Foggy Bottom/GWU Station and walk three blocks east on I Street. Turn right onto 21st Street and Lisner Auditorium is located on the SW corner of 21st and H Streets, NW. The Dimock Gallery is located on the lower level.
The Dimock Gallery is open to the public Tuesday through Friday, 11 am - 3 pm when exhibitions are in place.
The Dimock Gallery is free and open to the public.