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MSU Exit Gallery: Call for submissions

This is your chance to have your work shown:

Exit Gallery Call for Entries

 

Apply for a solo exhibit or group exhibit for the
Spring 2008 semester at The Exit Gallery

Who is Eligible: Anyone and everyone with a cohesive body of work

How presenting artists are selected: All submissions will be given to a jury who will make their selection based on the quality of work. In the event of equal quality priority will be given to the student entry.

Perks to having a show in the Exit gallery: Two full weeks of a solo show. Posters, advertisement, and reception paid for. Chance to sell artwork and to get your name out.

What is needed for submission:

* Digital CD or Slides of original work
* 200 word Artist Statement – Must be typed
* Artist info:
o Name, e-mail, phone and address
o Resume
* $15 application fee
* Self addressed stamped envelope

Send/drop off submissions to:

SUB 282B (aka: Student Activities)
Attn: The EXIT Gallery
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717

Deadline is November 16th 2007
Contact: Brooke Tummel at 406.994.1828 or exhibits@montana.edu

Kevin Connolly’s Photography: The Rolling Exhibition

From an MSU news release:

Montana State University student Kevin Connolly, who has an unusual viewpoint of the world because he was born without legs, will share a collection of his photographs taken throughout the world and speak about his adventures at a multimedia presentation to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, at MSU’s Strand Union Ballrooms.

“The Rolling Exhibition,” the name for Connolly’s collection of photographs, is sponsored by ASMSU and is free and open to the public.

Connolly, a senior honor student from Helena majoring in media and theatre arts, is an X-Games medalist, an extreme skier and a gifted photographer who has traveled the world twice over, taking photos from a perspective few see. His images, shot from a camera at skateboard level, capture people in all walks of life as they notice Connolly for the first time.

Man, Girl, and Boy; Cluj Napoca, Romania
Man, Girl, and Boy; Cluj Napoca, Romania

More information here. See also Connolly’s web site.