"No Literal" Show at Instituto Cervantes of Chicago

Elio Leturia, former Fulbright Scholar to the U.S., Chicago Chapter Fulbright Board Member, and current professor at Columbia College, Chicago is presenting his "No Literal" exhibit at the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago. The Fulbright Chicago Chapter is hosting a night of art and culture, February 22nd, in conjunction with Leturia's "No Literal" show.

Please join the Fulbright Chicago Chapter to celebrate the achievement of a member of the Fulbright Family, and reconnect with one another. This event will also aid in raising funds for the Chapter.

WHAT: "No Literal" by Elio Leturia at Instituto Cervantes of Chicago

WHEN: Thursday, February 22nd, 6:00-8:00p.m.

WHERE: Instituto Cervantes of Chicago, 31 W. Ohio, 60654

COST: $8
This event will also serve as fundraiser for the Fulbright Chicago Chapter and the cost for all attendees is $8.
A few reproductions of the exhibited pieces will be available for sale. If paying onsite, please have cash or check only.

NO LITERAL is a graphic design exhibit that presents through 12 posters different examples that explore, with humor, the correct use of accent marks, the letter “ñ” (eñe,) the differences between gender when using articles, and the “danger” when translating words phonetically. Leturia will give an introductory lecture on the cultural aspects of language use and its connection to art.

Please RSVP using the form below. Wine and light fare will be served.

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