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The Center for Language Studies is happy to introduce its Virtual Art Exhibit

 This entirely online exhibit will feature a variety of pieces created by members of the Brown community and will focus on several themes devoted to language, culture, justice, and multilingualism around the globe. We aim to open a creative portal that will amplify voices and visualize experiences of language and culture, and hope to foster a multimodal and multilingual dialog through the perspectives of individuals that make up our Brown community.We aim to open a creative portal that will amplify voices and visualize experiences of language and culture, and hope to foster a multimodal and multilingual dialog through the perspectives of individuals that make up our Brown community.

We invite submissions of original art from Brown faculty, staff, students, and alumni for the first installment devoted to the overarching theme of “Mapping Multilingualism”

With this theme, we invite you to consider such ideas as how languages and cultures interact geographically, how they influence the physical, social, and political landscape, and how they are influenced by movement and migration. Examples of submissions might include, but are not limited to: cartographic representations of language/culture, photographs / paintings / drawings / etc. of language in cities, countries, and on the Brown campus, etc., multilingual/ multicultural musical compositions, etc.

Submissions can take the following forms: drawings, paintings, mixed media, short films, dance, original musical compositions or performances of existing pieces (orchestral, voice, solo instrumental, etc.), photographs, other** (**If other, please briefly describe in your submission)

Submissions should be sent to [email protected] and should include:

  • Artist(s) name(s), email(s), and brief bio(s) (50 words)
  • Submission type (see list above)
  • Title of work
  • Brief description of work (Either a written description [ca.200-300 words] or video description [no longer than 2 minutes] describing how it relates to the given theme of the exhibit)
  • File of work to upload to the exhibit (JPEG, PNG, MP3, MP4, MOV)

Submission deadline: Monday, January 18