Last week to see VOX POP Undergraduate Exhibition open at the Helen E. Copeland Gallery
What is Vox Populi?
The title “Vox Populi” means “Voice of the People.” Vox Populi is the annual undergraduate juried exhibition, which takes place at the Helen E. Copeland Gallery, located on the second floor of the School of Art Haynes Hall on the Montana State University Bozeman campus. The juried competition is open to all undergraduate students currently enrolled at MSU Bozeman, to showcase the diverse range of art methods, techniques and skills of the MSU student body. In addition, the jurying process is meant to encourage and inform students about professional practices.
When is Vox Populi taking place?
The exhibition dates are Monday, February 5 th – Thursday, February 14 th (2 Weeks). There will be a public reception on Thursday, February 8th, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM.
Who will be this year’s jurors?
Dalton C. Brink, Artistic Director of the Rialto and Founder of the Cottonwood Club
Bruce VanLandingham, Executive Director of Sundog Fine Art
Greta Hagg, Managing Director of Sundog Fine Art
Where can I find the most current information regarding Vox Populi?
On the Helen E. Copeland Facebook page and www.hecgallery.com