Walking Through Glue
This is an online exhibition of current national and international graduate students in the visual studio arts. As graduate students we are experiencing a unique time in our lives; it is a time of transition, inquiry and intense creation. This exhibit will represent the excellent work being produced by graduate students today and reflect our shared experience.
This exhibit is only open to students currently enrolled in an MFA or MA program
in the visual arts. Entries will be accepted from the United States and abroad. Work must have been completed within the last 12 months.
Any medium is accepted.
Originality, interpretation, quality, demonstration of ability and usage of medium.
MFA students from the University of Montana: Evan Hauser, Tressa Jones, Sarah Justice, Kate Lund, Sarah Moore, Amy Petit and Reanna Schultz.
None. Self-funded. Artists can submit up to three entries.
Modest cash prizes will be awarded. A public viewing of the online exhibition will take
place at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. Work containing explicit content or nudity may be excluded for public viewing reception at the university.
Sales inquires will be redirected to the artist.
Images should not exceed 3MB and be in JPEG format.
Dimensions should be 1024 x 768 at 72dpi.
Images should not contain any frame, mat or watermark.
Label image: LastName_FirstName_Title.jpeg
Images should be clear and in focus.
They will be displayed and judged in the same way they are received.
Deadline to submit work: March 15, 2016
Acceptance/rejection notifications by email: March 25, 2016 Exhibition opens: April 1, 2016
Exhibition closes: June 1, 2016