Spring 2022 Logo Contest

cu·ra·to·ri·al ac·tiv·ism

"the practice of organizing...exhibitions with the principle aim of ensuring that certain constituencies...are no longer ghettoized or excluded from the master narratives of [cultural heritage]" - Maura Reilly, "What Is Curatorial Activism?"

Heritages of Change: A Curatorial Activism Exhibition by Fitchburg State Writing II Students

Fitchburg State University student artists: design a logo that symbolizes Heritages of Change, an exhibition to be displayed throughout campus and the Fitchburg community in Spring 2022 that will highlight often marginalized and/or emerging heritage, including:

  • Anti-Racist
  • Black (and Black Lives Matter)
  • Indigenous
  • Disability
  • COVID-19
  • Gender, Women, and LGBTQIA+
  • Anti-Violence/#MeToo

Examples of Mini-Exhibitions within Heritages of Change

Prize for Winning Logo: $200
Submissions Due (extended): January 31, 2022
Submit to: Dr. Kisha Tracy (ktracy3@fitchburgstate.edu)

Sponsored by the Fitchburg State University Deans’ Anti-Racism Fund

Heritages of Change Exhibition Poster

Logo Contest Winner: Jax Deary

Heritages of Change Exhibition Poster

Social Media Winner: Bridget Driscoll