Start Used

The Helen E. Copeland Gallery opens its fall exhibition calendar with "Start Used", an exhibition that gives the School of Art at MSU Bozeman's MFA candidates the opportunity to present a body of work that is the result of an intense period of investigation and artistic development. The exhibition introduces the Bozeman community to thought-provoking new talents and provides visitors with an overview of exciting directions within the MFA program.

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The Helen E. Copeland Gallery 2014
SKINS

Christopher Olszewski is a Native American visual artist and is currently a professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design. His project is a visual investigation into the Native American experience by tracing the footsteps of General George Armstrong Custer from Monroe, Michigan to Little Big Horn, Montana. He is driving a 2005 Pontiac Montana, […]

Confederacy of Dunces

The illustration by Claire Bischoff is featured on the cover of special 35th Anniversary Edition of “A Confederacy of Dunces” by John Kennedy Toole . Claire is a graduate of the Graphic Design program at Montana State University and created the original artwork during her senior capstone experience. The iconic book celebrates the Pulitzer Prize […]