Valencia Mag: Real (vs. ‘Fake’) Sign Language Interpreting, a Space for Disruptive Thinking, Focusing in on Science and more

Thursday, January 23, 2014

If you watched the Nelson Mandela memorial, you’ve seen what can happen when sign language translation goes awry. By contrast, Valencia’s sign language students are getting invitations—and winning rave reviews—for the expressive way they translate plays and other performances for deaf and hearing-impaired patrons.

Read about (and watch) their work for Valencia Theater’s production of “Chicago,” plus meet Valencia’s new creativity guru Gert Garman and check out a cover story that takes a look at how Valencia is educating students for Medical City careers—all this in the winter issue of Valencia’s award-winning magazine, Vitae.

http://issuu.com/valenciacollege/docs/13alu002-vitae12-winter-issuu/1?e=1857924/6424381

 

 

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