Randy Nakamura

Ph.D, UCLA Architecture and Urban Design

Teaching: California College of the Arts, MFA Design program

Randy Nakamura is a writer, designer, teacher, and researcher. He has an MFA in graphic design from CalArts and recently completed a Ph.D in architecture from UCLA Architecture and Urban Design. As a researcher and curator he has contributed to the 2013 Pacific Standard Time exhibition Everything Loose Will Land for the MAK Center and Getty Foundation focusing on the art and architecture of Los Angeles in the 1970s. His writing has been published in a+u, Design Observer, Emigre, Task, Modes of Criticism, and Idea Magazine. Previously he was the Director of Design for The Grateful Palate.

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