From Pittsburghese To Klingon: A Public Art Walking Tour

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Poster for the event
On 4 and 5 November 2016, Pittsburgh's Office of Public Art has offered the first Klingon Public Art Walking Tour. It was translated and spoken by Klingonist Andrew Shull-Miller.(1)

The tour lasted about 90 minutes and contained lots of new vocabulary, which was released at the qepHom Saarbrücken, happening on the same date.

During July of the same year, translators for Klingon, Elvish and Dothraki were seeked for on Facebook and Craigslist. (2)

The tour is sometimes also referred to as "Northside Klingon Walking Tour" or "Klingon Public Art Walking Tour".

New Vocabulary

Andrew Shull-Miller worked with Marc Okrand to be able to accurately interpret the Klingon Walking Tours. They have created new klingon words for this. New words include 'a'leghen'I' (Allegheny), vIqraq (art, artwork), jInmol pa' (studio, art space), and pItlhbergh (Pittsburgh). Due to this cooperation with Okrand, the words are considered as canon. (3)

References

1 : Klingon Public Art Walking Tour, retrieved on 10 Dec 2016

2 : "Klingon, Elvish And Dothraki Translators Needed For Public Art Tour", wesa.fm, by Nicole Fallert 09 July 2016

3 : Announcement of the event on Facebook, retrieved 11 Dec 2016

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Category: Canon    Latest edit: 26 Jan 2017, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 11 Dec 2016 by KlingonTeacher



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