Monday, April 15, 2013

An Art Exhibit: We Are Gallaudet

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Image courtesy of Galluadet University

Gallaudent has an interesting project right now intended to highligh the diversity of the Gallaudet community. The exhibit is open to all. Details below:

Gallaudet University debuted a new art exhibit which celebrates the diversity on campus of the world’s only liberal arts university for deaf and hard of hearing students.

We Are Gallaudet features a composite image of the faces in the Gallaudet community and personal notes about the ways people identify themselves. The exhibit, supported by the Office of the Provost and coordinated by Gallaudet alumnus Noel King '12, is composed of more than 230 portraits taken by a photojournalism class.

This a crowd-sourced exhibit and everyone on campus is invited to participate and write notes about themselves. The exhibit is located inside the I. King Jordan Student Academic Center (B3 on the attached campus map) between the Bison Bookstore and the Harkin Digital Learning Center.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this. It's great that the university has opened this up to the area residents. I'd love to check it out.