Enjoy these Out Loud Festival 2010 Pictures!
Every year the Department of English hosts a festival to share the academic & creative works of our students with the entire university community.
The Festival includes a Gallery space where students display visual creative projects, including artwork & short films.
Painting inspired by the plays of William Shakespeare
Painting inspired by the stories of Edgar Allan Poe
Drawing inspired by the short story “The Shawl” by Cynthia Ozick.
Digital photography project inspired by the play Oedipus Rex by Sophocles.
Students also exhibited graphic novels, comic books, & artists’ books
like this one about Desdemona from Shakespeare’s Othello.
The Gallery also shows sculptures
like this one inspired by the poet Emily Dickinson
|and other 3D works,|
such as this altered Monopoly game inspired by Michel Foucault’s Madness and Civilization.
We also have a book filled with student poems & short stories
as well a communal story that all our visitors help write.
The Festival also includes an evening stage where students play music, dance, sing, perform skits, read original works, recite, & give academic presentations.
A cuatro player,
two rapping poets,
& a documentary film maker.