Corcoran reading list: A roundup of coverage ahead of Thursday’s event

March 25

On March 27, The Washington Post is hosting a discussion about the future of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design.  This is the first event in the newly launched Post POV events series. Below is a roundup of noteworthy articles on topics likely to come up in the conversation:

What would a post-Corcoran NGA look like, do? (Tyler Green, Modern Art Notes, March 5)

What the Corcoran collection could mean to NGA (Tyler Green, Modern Art Notes, March 4)

The Corcoran’s $40 million magic carpet ride (Kriston Capps, Washington City Paper, February 27)

What should go in the Corcoran Legacy Gallery (Kriston Capps, Washington City Paper, February 27)

The Corcoran Gallery is going away just as its mission is more important than ever (Philip Kennicott, The Washington Post, February 25)

The Corcoran, our MCI or Enron, dissolves (Tyler Green, Modern Art Notes, February 19)

The end of the Corcoran Gallery of Art (Philip Kennicott, The Washington Post, February 19)

About Post POV: Post Point of View (POV) is a new discussion series from The Washington Post led by Post arts critics. Events include newsmaker interviews and town hall-style conversations around top news stories.

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