The Fine Arts Roundtable, a collective of California State University Long Beach MFA and MA students, presents the eighth annual GLAMFA.
You may be asking yourself:
“What is GLAMFA?”
GLAMFA stands for Greater Los Angeles Master of Fine Arts. The event features an exhibition comprised of 27 artists from the greater Los Angeles region and the open studios of CSULB graduate students.
The featured artists in the exhibition are current or recent graduates of greater Los Angeles MFA programs. The group of artists were selected by the Fine Arts Roundtable to represent the next wave of southern California contemporary artists. GLAMFA seeks to highlight current visual trends and share the work of 27 exemplary artists. The exhibition occupies five CSULB art galleries and additional alternative spaces around the CSULB School of Art.
GLAMFA features the following artists:
Jonathan Apgar, UCLA
Rachel Bank, UC Riverside
Andrew Cameron, Art Center College of Design
Katy Cowan, Otis College of Art and Design
Jorin Bossen, Claremont Graduate University
Gracie DeVito, Cal Arts
Austin Dickson, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Jared Flores, UC Santa Barbara
Scott Grow, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Kyla Hansen, Claremont Graduate University
Janna Ireland, UCLA
Takeshi Kanemura, Claremont Graduate University
Flora Kao, UC Irvine
Christina Lee, Cal State Fullerton
Alex Lemke, Cal State LA
Joe Lloyd, Claremont Graduate University
Nick Loewen, UC Santa Barbara
Fred Mitchell, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Girl Puke, Claremont Graduate University
Daniel Regenstreif Axe, Cal Arts
Christopher Reynolds, Cal Arts
Daney Saylor, Cal Arts
Lauren Stienberg, Cal Arts
Matt Waller, Art Center College of Design
Tessie Whitmore, Claremont Graduate University
Marisa Williamson, Cal Arts
Simultaneously, CSULB open studios give an inside look at forthcoming CSULB School of Art artists and artwork. Visitors are invited to explore working spaces and interact with the artists. CSULB MFA students will be present to share their artwork, works in progress, and studio practices within their working environments. The studios are located in a number of different buildings within the School of Art and CSULB campus.