The Exit Gallery wants your art!
The gallery is now fully booked for the Spring semester, but we are taking applications for the Fall 2015 semester!
Group shows, solo shows, and experimental installations are all welcome.
This is a prime opportunity for student artists to get involved on campus and share your art with the MSU community!
Applications may be turned in to SUB 221.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Exit Gallery
Mission: The Exit Gallery empowers contemporary art and ideas in order to inspire and challenge MSU students and the community.
The Exit Gallery is a student organized student funded art gallery operated by ASMSU. The gallery hosts about seven exhibits per semester as well as other arts events. Receptions are on Wednesdays and are free…a great time to meet new people who love the arts, snack on awesome food and actually have intelligent conversation! The Exit Gallery educates, informs, and encourages creativity! It is an outlet for student artists, alumni, and other up and coming talents! So come check out what your peers have been up to…..wait, did you even know we have an amazing arts community on campus? Well it’s time to find out!
The Exit Gallery is located in Strand Union Building room 212, Montana State University. Hours are Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm and closed in the summer. The exhibition is sponsored by ASMSU Arts and Exhibits. For more information please email email@example.com.
Laura Wilson || Arts and Exhibits
Hey Bobcats, my name is Laura Wilson, I am from Billings, MT and studying Liberal Arts Studio and let me tell you, I am absolutely thrilled to be the director of Arts and Exhibits! Montana State has a thriving community dedicated to the betterment of the student body and our campus! What's better for the soul then a well put-together art exhibit? Probably nothing. Please feel free to stop by the gallery anytime, take in the amazing work that our students and community have contributed, and be sure to say hello to me while I'm in my office. I'd love the opportunity to sit down with you to talk art, community, and why the Bobcats are the best! My advice to you would be to take advantage of the amazing community around you! Bozeman is over-flowing with opportunities-Hike the M, ski Bridger Bowl, check out the Exit Gallery (obviously!), stroll downtown and cheer on the Bobcats at a football game! Get out there and be active in our community, because there is no better way to have a great experience at Montana State.