What are the ‘cool kids’ on the St. Louis art scene up to these days? Stop by Gallery Visio at the University of Missouri–St. Louis to find out.

The upcoming exhibit “Pop Manifesto Part 2” will feature work from emerging artists in the St. Louis community and UMSL. The show will depict a visual interpretation of pop culture. This is a sequel to the installation that was on display last year at Gallery Visio.

The opening reception will take place on Feb. 23 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The exhibit will run through March 22. Admission is free and open to the public.

The show will feature varying disciplines in illustration, design, painting and sculptural media. The exhibition will be a public declaration on what pop culture and pop art means to these artists.

“Pop Manifesto” is co-sponsored by Made Monarchs and Work/Play and showcases works by artists Kevin McCoy, Jermaine Clark, Skip Jones and Erika Brown.

Gallery Visio is a student-run gallery at UMSL. It’s located in 170 Millennium Student Center at UMSL’s North Campus. The gallery is committed to exhibiting art by undergraduate students and alumni at UMSL, as well as emerging artists. Regular hours are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. For more information, visit umsl.edu/~galvisio.

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