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The College of Arts and Letters presents [email protected], a virtual festival to celebrate the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). From November 18 to December 16, join this festival, planned under the guidance of Aysegul Durakoglu, artistic director and teaching professor, and Kelland Thomas, dean.
On December 16, the festival will close with a presentation of student essays and artwork, followed by musical performances. Jennifer M. McBryan, director of Stevens' freshman experience program, will serve as an organizer alongside Dr. Durakoglu.
Call For Submissions in Honor of Ludwig Van Beethoven’s 250th Birthday
Students from throughout Stevens are invited to submit their own academic and/or creative works inspired by Beethoven's life and oeuvre. Such submissions may take any of the following forms: academic essays, artwork, music in a variety of different genres and formats, poetry, creative prose works. One student from each category will be invited to present their work, as part of an ongoing series celebrating Beethoven’s life and works.
Submissions are due by Wednesday, December 2, 2020. Works will be reviewed by a panel of faculty members from the College's faculty between December 2 and December 10, 2020. The contest is judged blindly, so leave your name off the manuscripts and include a separate cover sheet with contact information (name, email, title of your work). Only previously unpublished work will be considered. You must be a student at Stevens Institute of Technology to be eligible, though the contest is open to any student from any department.
Submit contest entries to Professor Jennifer McBryan at [email protected] Please use the phrase “BEETHOVEN’S BIRTHDAY” in the subject line for all submissions.