Reclaiming Our Voices is a juried art show, open to all artists, focusing
on the artistic representation of the effects of sexual and domestic
violence on victims and the community at large. This 51st annual show,
which will hang in the Exit Gallery on the MSU campus April 6-17, 2009,
will coincide with other events that are part of the nationally recognized
Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Reclaiming Our Voices will provide a venue
for artists to express their responses to and interpretations of sexual
and domestic violence in their lives and communities. Juror is Ellen
of the Emerson Cultural Center.

All two and three dimensional mediums accepted. Entry fee is $5 per entry;
artist may submit up to three entries. Send a CD with images, by March 20,
, to: ASMSU Arts and Exhibits, SUB 221, Montana State University,
Bozeman, MT, 59717, ATTN: Stacey Ray. Include SASE, with sufficient
packaging and postage to return the work, and your name, address, email
address, and phone number. Checks should be made out to: ASMSU Arts and
Exhibits Artist statement is optional. Notification is in late March. For
more information, contact Stacey Ray, 406/994-1828 or This show is sponsored by ASMSU Arts and Exhibits,
Students Against Sexual Assault at MSU-Bozeman and the MSU VOICE Center.


  1. rcasa

    Art is a powerful tool on the road to recovery. This is a great way to increase awareness in the community. At the Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault (RCASA) we love to see the community to get involved. This would be a great idea for us to do in our community during next years Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

    Visit our website at to learn more about us and what we do!

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