This Fall's program is packed with shows featuring artist collaboration, events about arts management, two photography exhibitions, GCC's second public commission, new student art initiatives, and the premiere of GCC's new Contemporary Collection.
The Art Gallery @ GCC is pleased to host artist collaborative Hana Kark for the Gallery's third summer residency. Hana Kark is a group of eight artists who use structured activities and circulating art processes to produce new works through extended collaboration. They began work 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 and GCC Alum 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
2019 GCC PUBLIC ART COMPETITION
GCC is currently soliciting proposals for our second Public Art Competition, which will feature a wall-sized mural on the south side of the administration building. The deadline for entries is October 15, 2019.
Los Angeles-based contemporary artists with at least five years of exhibition experience are invited to apply. The competition carries a $10,000 prize.
Click here for entry information and submissions.
OUR FALL 2019 SEASON
The Gallery hopes you'll come visit GCC's Verdugo Campus this fall to see our several art projects.
STUDENT ARTWORKS ON DISPLAY IN SIERRA VISTA
Our collection of student artworks on display continues to expand. See work from GCC Art Department students on the second and third floors of the Sierra Vista buildings. New additions include paintings from GCC Alum Chris John Castro, new photos from GCC Photography, and several tapestries by our Studio Arts advanced design students. New additions throughout Fall will include paintings, ceramics, and sculpture.
THE GCC LIBRARY PLANTER PROJECT
On the Library patio, you'll notice new artworks from Studio Arts painting students wrapped around our library planters. Thanks to painting faculty Lisa Adams for guiding our students through the process of creating original, weather-durable paintings on display through 2020.
CGU/SOTHEBY'S ARTS MANAGEMENT EXHIBITION
The Gallery is pleased to host an exhibition of contemporary works organized and curated by the Master of Arts Management students from Claremont Graduate University. Coming soon is a public reception and several events focused on Arts Management careers.
GCC Photography Faculty David Yamamoto displays his new photo-based artworks, which he developed during his 2018-2019 sabbatical. Join us for a public reception, and an opportunity to learn about David's working process as a contemporary artist.
THE GCC CONTEMPORARY COLLECTION
November also brings the premiere of GCC's Contemporary Collection. On view in the administration building will be our first three acquisitions. Join us for a public event to introduce the collection, see new work, and learn how you can contribute to the GCC's expanding art presence.
2019 ADVANCED STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHERS
2020 STUDENT PAINTING EXHIBITION
Entering winter, GCC presents two exhibitions featuring advanced student photographers and advanced student painters. This is your chance to learn more about GCC's offerings in visual art and hear from our Art Department majors.
The Art Gallery opens for the fall season on Saturday, September 21st.
Visit us Mondays through Thursdays, 11 - 4 pm.
Directions and parking at www.glendale.edu/artgallery
The Art Gallery @ GCC
David John Attyah, Director
Glendale Community College
1500 North Verdugo Road
Glendale, CA 91207