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Crosscurrents: Tracing Cultural Identity brings together four Los Angeles-based artists: Carolina Caycedo, Karen Lofgren, Umar Rashid and Cirilo Domine. The exhibition examines the vestiges of colonialism ad our present-day physical environment. The exhibition was curated by Camylle Copeland, Samantha Hadley, Claire Hines, Lorena Gamboa Leon, Cassandra McCook, Molly Moody, and Katrina Sullivan, graduate students at Center for Business and Management of the Arts at Claremont Graduate University.
The Art Gallery @ GCC is pleased to host artist collaborative Hana Kark, our third summer artist residency. Hana Kark is a group of eight artists who use structured activities and circulating processes to produce artworks through extended collaboration. They began work in at the Gallery in July 2019, and will have a public showing and reception on Saturday, September 21st from 4 to 6 pm.
Hana Kark includes several artists that are GCC alum, faculty and allies:
S. Portico Bowman, Kansas-based artist
Carlyn Clark, LA-based artist and GCC Studio Arts alum
Johnny Fox, Canada-based artist and GCC Studio Arts alum
Margaret Lazzari, LA-based artist and author of several studio arts textbooks
Luke Reichle, LA-based artist and costume designer
Chris Russell, New York-based artist and illustrator
Caryl St. Ama, LA-based artist and GCC Studio Arts Faculty
Nancy Kay Turner, LA-based artist and former GCC Studio Arts Faculty
The gallery opens to the public on Tuesday, September 10th.
Visit us Mondays through Thursdays from 12 to 4 pm.
THE 2019 STUDENT INVITATIONAL EXHIBITION
PUERTO RICO: INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
CLOSES THURSDAY MAY 16TH
The Art Gallery @ GCC
1500 North Verdugo Road
Library Foyer LB326
Glendale, CA 91208
We are located adjacent to the library.
Directions and Parking
Take the CA 2 Freeway North to Mountain Street.
Exit Mountain and turn LEFT down the hill.
Enter Lot C on your RIGHT.
Enter the parking structure.
Special event visitors should park on the third or fourth floor of the parking structure.
Once walking, exit to the ground floor of the parking structure. There is ample signage to the Art Gallery.
Look for the footbridge beyond the parking structure.
Take the elevator down to main campus.
Follow the signs to The Art Gallery @ GCC.
More information on Instagram: @artgallerygcc
Visit us Mondays through Thursdays from 11 to 4 and Fridays from 11 to 2. For classroom visits or field trips, the gallery is open by appointment other hours.