Multilingual art and writing exhibit showcasing Pittsburgh's linguistic diversity. The exhibit took place at Assemble Pittsburgh, as part of Penn Ave Art District's First Fridays event. The exhibit attracted 130+ visitors with live readings and performances; highlighted the works of 19+ writers, translators, and artists; featured two workshops; and was memorialized with a print publication. The initiative was part of a year-long research about translation and arts, supported by Carnegie Mellon's Dietrich Honors Fellowship and Charles C. Dawe Memorial Award.
production by PALOMA SIERRA, ABIGAIL SALMON artistic direction by PALOMA SIERRA translation direction by ABIGAIL SALMON graphic design by REMY DAVISON photography by JOSH BROWN featured artists OSAMA ALOMAR, PIA, GULAY BALTALI, ANJIE CAO, TUHIN DAS, PRATIVA GAUTAM, MYLA GRANADINO, MICA HOPE, ADA LIS JIMENA, CAROLINA LOYOLA-GARCIA, MALREY, SARA TANG translations by C.J. COLLINS, THERESA SEGURITAN ABALOS, OLIVIA BAKER, YUBA RAJ LAMSAL, ABBY NEISER, PALOMA SIERRA, ARUNAVA SINHA, YIJUN YANG