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Join us in a university-wide conversation as we examine how truth, knowledge and belief shape our world. The WUmester 2022 topic, TRUTH, examines the concept of truth from the perspectives of academic disciplines across campus. It considers how truth, knowledge, and belief shape the world we live in and the power structures that influence how we come into relation with truth. WU students and faculty submit your response to a work or group of artworks presented in conjunction with WUmester and currently on exhibit at the Mulvane Art Museum. It’s easy!

Call for Truth

$500 cash award in each category for student works
  • Visit the Mulvane Art Museum exhibition: Truth (upper level, south gallery).
  • Select an artwork or group of artworks.
  • Write your own response to questions posed by WUMESTER 2022
  • Submit your poetry, fiction, or nonfiction response, no more than 1500 words, double-spaced, and 12 pt. font to: by midnight, Wednesday, March 23, 2022.
  • Selected works will be published in a catalog and on-line journal. Three $500 cash awards for student submissions along with honorable mentions will be announced at a reception on April 26, 2022.
INFORMATION: email or call 670-2423


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