Student Organization Spotlight: Dialogue

This past Monday evening, the Calvin College Dialogue student organization hosted a lovely gathering to celebrate the release of Dialogue Volume 49.1. Students, staff, and faculty met in the cozy Fish House space to share in the publication release, as well as enjoy poetry readings and live music from Dialogue contributors.

What is Dialogue? 


Founded in 1968, Dialogue is a journal of Calvin College undergraduate creative work that is submitted, curated, and published by students.

Dialogue publishes student work in six categories: prose, poetry, photography, visual art, music, and film. A student jury evaluates all submissions and selects the finest pieces for publication.

The student organization creates a space for, well, dialogue–a forum where arts and culture can be discussed; it’s safe grounds for Calvin creatives to share their artistic work. This year, Dialogue includes both a film and music category. Volume 49.1 submissions can be seen and listened to here.
Want to get connected? Visit the Dialogue website or Facebook page, and if you’re on campus, be sure to page through a copy of the new issue.
**image: Folded Vessel, Olivia Rozdolsky
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