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September 9, 2009: GLAMFA Panel Discussion

Posted on September 7, 2009 by School of Art

The Greater Los Angeles Master of Fine Arts exhibition (GLAMFA), organized by the Fine Arts Roundtable of California State University, Long Beach, is one of the largest student-conceived and student-organized art events in Southern California history. Now in its fifth year, GLAMFA is devoted to generating and maintaining an active dialogue amongst MFA degree candidates and recent graduates throughout Southern California. For this panel discussion, participants will discuss a range of topics including their individual practices, the history of GLAMFA and the MFA survey exhibition, the state of the MFA institution, the place of theory in art-making, the place of materiality in art-making, and what it means to be emerging into the contemporary art scene today. The discussion will be moderated by CSULB MA candidate and GLAMFA organizer Megan Hoetger. Panelists will include UCSD MFA candidates Micha Cárdenas and Elle Mehrmand; UCR MFA candidate Cameron Crone; CSULB MFA candidates Bryan Allen Moore and Kelly Nye; CSULB graduate and GLAMFA co-founder Jean Robison; recent UCLA graduate Eben Goff; recent CalArts graduate Joanne Mitchell; and recent UCI graduate Andrew Printer.

 

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