Media and Public Affairs Building

 

 

805 21st Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20052

The Media and Public Affairs Building (MPA) is home to GW’s School of Media and Public Affairs, the Graduate School of Political Management and the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, along with a number of centers and institutes. Here students learn about media, public policy and public affairs in classrooms, study areas and auditoriums, and have access to a professional-grade broadcasting studio that offers full TV production, digital sound and video recording capabilities. In the Jack Morton Auditorium (JMA), journalists and policymakers alike converage to explore the issues of the day. Other event spaces include the Art Gallery Lobby and Lower Level Lobby.
 
JMA is a fixed seat venue with the capacity to seat up to 244 people. The auditorium offers full TV production capability, digital sound and video recording and video conferencing. 

Visit the Events & Venues website to learn more about Events & Venues spaces

 

Event Space 

  • Reserved by student organizations, departments and external clients
  • For assistance, contact [email protected]
Panel of speakers on stage at Jack Morton Auditorium

 

 

President Joe Biden on stage at Jack Morton Auditorium

 

 

People chatting at a reception in the Art Gallery Lobby

 

 

Jack Morton Auditorium Lobby set for an event registration

 

 

Empty Stage of Jack Morton Auditorium

 

 

Panel of speakers on stage at Jack Morton Auditorium with an audience

 

 

Students in line for a book signing in the JMA lower level lobby.

 

 

Art Gallery Lobby set for a reception with table and chairs