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vox populi

1540s, Latin, literally "voice of the people." The full maxim (first attested in Medieval Latin) is vox populi, vox Dei "the voice of the people is the voice of God." Short form vox pop attested by 1964.

vox populi

n. 1 voice of the people. 2 (politics) Term for the public comment portion of public meetings.

vox populi

n. a belief or sentiment shared by most people; the voice of the people; "he asked for a poll of public opinion" [syn: public opinion, popular opinion, opinion]

Vox populi

In broadcasting, vox populi (, ) is an interview with members of the public. Vox populi is a Latin phrase that literally means "voice of the people".

Vox Populi (Jericho episode)

"Vox Populi" ( Latin, " voice of the people") is the eleventh episode of season one of the CBS drama Jericho.

Vox populi (disambiguation)

Vox populi is an interview with members of the public in broadcasting.

Vox populi may also refer to:

Vox populi (film)

Vox populi is a 2008 Dutch political satire comedy film written and directed by Eddy Terstall. The lead roles are played by Tom Jansen, Tara Elders, and Johnny de Mol. Ton Kas won a Golden Calf Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Together with Simon in 2004 and SEXtet in 2007, it is part of a trilogy about contemporary Dutch society. It received mainly average reviews.

Vox Populi (art gallery)

Vox Populi is a nonprofit art gallery and collective in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1988, it presents experimental art and ideas via monthly shows, performances, and gallery talks. It is located on North 11th Street. It is the longest running artist collective in the city of Philadelphia.

Among the artists whose work the space has hosted include Kembra Pfahler, Israeli artist Guy Ben-Ari, and Philadelphia-based artists Virgil Marti and Brainstormers member Maria Dumlao. Musical performers at their old location on Cherry Street included Gang Gang Dance, Comets on Fire, Growing, Wolf Eyes and many others.

In 2011, Vox Populi opened a 1000 square foot black box performance space, AUX, which highlights interdisciplinary time-based art with sound art, film screenings, performance, dance, and experimental theater as well as hosting classes, workshops, and other events. AUX has hosted programs with performers and media artists such as Dynasty Handbag, Jacolby Satterwhite, CA Conrad, and Miguel Gutiérrez among others.

Vox is also home to Fourth Wall, a dedicated video lounge space which the collective invites outside curators to program for 2–3 months at a time. Fourth Wall was originally founded as an independent gallery within the space called "Screening" in 2007 by collaborative video artists and former members Matthew Suib and Nadia Hironaka.

In 2010, Vox Populi was invited to participate in No Soul For Sale at the Tate Modern, a festival of 70 international independent non-commercial art spaces, held in the Turbine Hall as part of the Tate Modern's 10th anniversary celebrations. In 2014, Vox Populi hosted the show Alien She, the first exhibition to examine the lasting impact of Riot Grrrl on artists and cultural producers working today co-curated by Astria Suparak and Ceci Moss. �

Vox Populi's programming is made possible in part by funding from the Pew Center among other charitable foundations and private individuals.

Vox Populi (SBS Current Affairs program)

Vox Populi was a weekly current affairs program broadcast by the Australian public broadcaster Special Broadcasting Service television channel "SBS TV" (now SBS One). The program first went to air in July 1986. Vox Populi was broadcast for nine years. The program's first presenter was journalist Vladimir Lusic. In 1990 he was replaced as presenter by Rhoda Roberts. Roberts was the first indigenous Australian to present a prime time current affairs program.

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It was vox populi in its purest yet most variegate form and each of those scripts was accompanied with a check: ten dollars then for the magazine pieces, thirty-five dollars for the novels.