Greater Los Angeles Master of Fine Arts Exhibition and CSULB MFA Open Studios: Sunday, September 5

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glamfa-csulb Open Studios and exhibitThe Greater Los Angeles Masters of Fine Arts Exhibition 2010 (GLAMFA) opens September 5, 2010 through September 9, 2010 at California State University, Long Beach. Concurrently, the University also hosts the graduate Open Studios.

Over 70 emerging artists will be featured at the GLAMFA / Open Studios event, now in its sixth year. GLAMFA is the premiere regional MFA exhibition for the Southern California area. The show aims to generate and maintain an active dialogue between an emerging generation of LA artists and its public.

GLAMFA 2010, featuring 40 works in a variety of mediums, will occupy five CSULB art department galleries and several alternative spaces throughout the art department. This year’s program represents 10 schools: UC San Diego, UC Irvine, UC Los Angeles, California Institute of the Arts, Claremont Graduate University, UC Riverside, CSU Fullerton, CSU Northridge, UC Santa Barbara, and Otis College of Art and Design.

The annual CSULB MFA Open Studios event, which invites the public to explore the unique, behind-the-scenes working environment of over 40 artists from CSULB’s graduate art programs. Open Studio artists will be present and available to answer questions and discuss their practice.

The GLAMFA opening reception will be held on Sunday, September 5, 2010 from 4 – 9 p.m. The galleries are located at the south end of the CSULB campus near 7th Street.

Gallery hours are Monday-Friday 12 – 5 p.m. and Wednesday 12 – 7 p.m.

Parking is available by meter or paid day permit. For directions to the campus or more information on artists and events, visit the Art Grads website or the GLAMFA website.

About the Fine Arts Round Table: The Fine Arts Round Table is a CSULB graduate student collective of visual artists, art historians, performing artists, musicians, filmmakers and writers from the College of the Arts that is committed to facilitating exchange between graduate art programs and encouraging students to expand the boundaries of their disciplines.

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