RCAH Fall Open House 2019 a Success

December 6, 2019

  • RCAH celebrated another successful semester with the Annual Fall Open House 
  • Students from the first year writing course, "Writing in Transcultural Contexts," presented their creative works
  • Students in the Cultures and Languages across the Curriculum and various other classes presented their work in the LookOut Gallery

Photos by Dave Trumpie

On the evening of Tuesday, December 3, students from RCAH 111 "Writing in Transcultural Contexts" courses and in RCAH's Cultures and Languages across the Curriculum Program (CLAC) presented their final projects for the fall term, along with many other RCAH students who exhibited creative projects from this semester in the RCAH LookOut Gallery. 

This semester, students enrolled in RCAH 111 “Writing in Transcultural Contexts” have been exploring the relationship between culture and various forms of human expression. The students presented a variety of compositions that emerge from these explorations, including a wide variety of written, visual, and multimedia projects that tasked viewers with reflecting on how we make meaning in cultural contexts. 









Students participating in RCAH’s Cultures and Languages across the Curriculum Program (CLAC) showcased projects in American Sign Language, Chinese, French, Korean, Russian, and Spanish from Integrated Language Options (ILOs). Several of RCAH's graduate student language fellows also shared summaries of their guest lectures in RCAH courses. The End-of-semester Student Exhibition in the LookOut Gallery is exhibiting a collection of student work from this semester's RCAH courses, and will run through December 13.