Designer Alan Vidali
CAMFA 2021: Social Distancing
California Master of Fine Arts (CAMFA) is a spin off of Greater Los Angeles Master of Fine Arts (GLAMFA) which is annually hosted and organized by current MFA students and members of Fine Arts Roundtable (FAR) at CSU Long Beach. GLAMFA is one of the largest student-conceived and organized art events in both the CSULB School of Art and in Southern California history, and has been an annual tradition since 2005. Due to the unprecedented moment we face both nationally and statewide, we believe it is vital to be more expansive and inclusive – exemplifying the diverse practices of current California MFA students. As a result, we invited students from the entire state of California to participate in this year’s iteration, CAMFA (California Master of Fine Arts) by GLAMFA 2021.
Learn more about the schedule of events.
Learn more about prior GLAMFAs by visiting our archive.
Learn more about the student organization FAR.
THE RESOURCE ROOM
One GLAMFA tradition is to transform one of our gallery spaces into a shared resources room. We hope to provide a space to explore and share knowledge that gives insight into the many Californian MFA programs and their differing theoretical approaches to art making. This year, we created a page on our website to share materials and resources. Please follow link to learn more and contribute to the RESOURCE ROOM