Regular Style

This is an online exhibition of current national and international regular graduate students working within the visual studio arts. Regular style is a tongue-in-cheek phrase for illustrating that our daily practices, and the work that results, are too complex to be distilled into a single adjective. This exhibit will present work produced by current graduate students and reflect our shared experience.


This exhibit is only students, both nationally and internationally, currently enrolled in an MFA or MA program in the visual arts. Work must have been completed within the last 12 months.


Any medium is accepted, videos must be under 2 minutes.

Judging Criteria

Work will be judged based on originality, excellence, experimentation, craftsmanship, and usage of medium.


MFA students from the University of Montana: Casey Schachner, Jesse Blumenthal, Dean Leeper, Zach Williams, Anne Yoncha

Entry Fee

No entry fee. Artists may submit up to three entries.


Modest cash prizes will be awarded.


Sale inquiries will be directed to the artist of the work via the email provided.

Image requirements

Images should not exceed 3MB and be in JPG/JPEG format.

Dimensions should be 1024 x 768 at 150dpi.

Images should not contain any frame, mat or watermark.

Label image: LastName_FirstName_Title.jpg (jpeg)

Images should be clear and in focus. 

They will be displayed and judged in the same way they are received.

Video Submissions

No video should exceed two minutes in length – videos will only be viewed for two minutes. In order to submit a video, it must first be uploaded to YouTube. Please label the video in YouTube as (LastName_FirstName_Title). Video URLs must be emailed directly to the submission email account.

Important Dates

The deadline to submit work has passed. Applicants will be notified by or before November 19th and the exhibition will open around the third or fourth week of November. Thank you for your interest MFA online exhibition.
Notifications by email: November 19th, 2018
Exhibition opens: November 21, 2019
Exhibition closes: August 30, 2020

A public viewing of the online exhibition will take place at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana.

Please email questions to: