REVEAL: Citizens of the World 2017

This spring will mark the 12th year the Center for International Programs and Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) at ArtStreet have partnered on the annual Citizens of the World (COTW) celebration on campus. For the 2017 rendition, REVEAL will showcase the diverse moments or experiences University of Dayton students have that represent a turning point in their personal journeys or QUEST.  This month long installation is one of the primary venues on campus where students can visually display their stories and experiences.

Each year the installation experience grows and most recently, it continues to expand even further. In addition to traditional photographs, which have been the primary contents of the previous installations, the planning team is excited to start accepting submissions that include (but not limited to) written word, short stories, poetry, musical compositions, recordings or videos, performance-based arts/scripts, visual art designs and artifacts. The team hopes the addition of these various art forms will allow students to feel even more free to express their stories and share them broadly with the campus community. Interested students may submit up to three entries.

Students are encouraged to submit original pieces of work with a 3-5 sentence written reflection that explains how or why their submission reveals a moment or experience that presents a turning point in their personal journey. The initial deadline for submissions is November 28, 2016.

For more information, visit https://www.udayton.edu/international/connect/programs/cotw.php

REVEAL: Citizens of the World
March 9-April 6, 2017 White Box Gallery at ArtStreet
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 9, time TBD, White Box Gallery at ArtStreet

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