ELA's work has been the basis of the several first-ever exhibits devoted to linguistic diversity at museums, galleries, and other venues around NYC.
Part of ELA's mission is to offer a range of public programming for a general audience interested in language issues and specifically lesser-known languages and language endangerment.
ELA hosts and participants in a wide range of outreach events with speakers of endangered languages and with the general public.
This summer ELA is thrilled to return to its residency at House 4A in Nolan Park on beautiful Governors Island, just a short ferry ride from Lower Manhattan or Red Hook, Brooklyn.
ELA researchers frequently visit schools and colleges to give presentations on cultural and linguistic diversity, mulitilingualism, linguistics, specific languages, and ELA's work in New York City, among other topics.
ELA offers occasional informal tours highlighting the deep linguistic and cultural diversity of New York City neighborhoods.