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MLK 2020 Art for Social Change Competition

photo of flyer for event. Follow the link in the article for all the details

The annual Art for Social Change competition is approaching. Submissions for the contest in various forms including visual artwork, literary artwork, and mixed-media/multimedia will be accepted through January 20th. You may bring your submissions of art that provoke, challenge, and inspire social justice and honor the memory of Martin Luther King and others who have played an integral role in the Civil Rights Movement. There are four categories to enter, and many different ways to express yourself.

Submissions may be turned into our office in 110 Thompson Hall. See the guidelines for submissions and all other information here on our website. Let’s get those creative juices flowing!

Latinx Heritage Month 2019

From September 13th through October 15th, various activities happened at WSU to celebrate Canciones de Harmonia (Songs of Harmony)- the theme of this month. It all kicked off with a soccer match- including a processional to the game against University of Michigan.

photo collage of the processional and soccer game

On the 16th of September, there was a Latinx Heritage Month kick-off celebration on the Terrell Library Plaza for a couple of hours at noon. There was music and dancing. Various groups set up tables- including our own School of Languages, Cultures, and Race. Tom and Sherley were there to represent.

dancers

Other activities occurred throughout the month including lectures, movie night- featuring “Mambo Kings,” Spanish board game night. It all culminated in a meet and greet on October 15th with the Chicanx Latinx Faculty Staff Association and Allies(CLFSAA).

 

 

2019 Award Ceremony recognizes scholarship recipients

"Meet the Scholarship Recipients."

On April 22, the school recognized SLCR students for their academic excellence with outstanding student awards, outstanding senior awards, and scholarships. Learn more about the school’s scholarship recipients below! Thank you to our generous donors who create scholarship opportunities for the SLCR students. A brief article will be out soon on the outstanding student awards and outstanding senior awards. » More …

Art for Social Change competition brings artists together to discuss healing through social justice art

"Veronica Sandoval stands in gallery looking at art on the wall."

Students in various disciplines displayed and presented their works in the Fine Art Gallery 3 on the WSU Pullman campus this spring to express how they interact with and view social justice in today’s world.

Co-creator of the Art for Social Change competition (AFSC), Ana Maria Rodriguez-Vivaldi, associate professor and associate dean of Student Affairs and Global Education in the College of Arts and Sciences, wanted this showcase to highlight the issues that the younger generation thinks about. » More …

Two faculty and two instructors from the School of Languages, Cultures, and Race present at Cine-Lit 9 conference

"Vilma and Lucrecia Martel."
Dr. Vilma Navarro-Daniels (right) and Lucrecia Martel, an Argentine female film director, screenwriter, and producer, (left).

On Mar. 11, Maria Serenella Previto (Sere), clinical associate professor of Italian and Spanish, and Dr. Vilma Navarro-Daniels, assistant director of undergraduate studies and associate professor of Spanish and American studies, presented their works at Cine-Lit 9 conference. Amanda Hussein, adjunct instructor of Spanish, and Maria Eugenia Sileoni (Eugenia), instructor of Spanish, also presented their works at the conference.

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