CSUF Exhibit Explores Endangered Alphabets From Around the World

An exhibit at CSUF’s Pollak Library is bringing specimens from the endangered list to campus — but these aren’t rare tigers, rhinos or wolves. They’re alphabets, 15 of the world’s most critically endangered scripts, known only to a handful of people around the world. The Endangered Alphabets exhibit is housed in the Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery and on display through Sept. 19. Fifteen slabs of maple, mahogany, walnut and cherry are affixed to the gallery’s walls; carved into their gleaming surfaces is Article One of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, each in a different endangered alphabet. Continue reading in the Orange County Register

Tag Cloud

more stories loaded below