The Muckenthaler Cultural Center
10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Office Closed between Christmas and New Years
12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
Once again honoring the legacy of Dr. James Young, a leader in arts education in our community, and a legend at Cal State University, Fullerton—we are proud to present this year’s award to the Magoski Art Colony. Hub of Downtown Fullerton’s First Friday Artwalk, the Magoski Arts Colony has been providing an immersive exhibition experience for both the new and emerging artists and the community at large for over 8 years.
A Dual Demonstration lead by Rodolfo Rivademar & Liliana Simanton
Audience members will be able to ask these artists questions while they discuss their different approaches to painting, technique, composition, and more. This event is free and open to the public.
The first in a series of lectures to promote cross-cultural understanding in partnership with the Universal Heritage and Research Center.
Experience an evening of Motown and Jazz with Doll Knight, an award winning vocalist from Los Angeles, CA. Knight can be heard on many TV shows writing and performing songs for shows such as Hemlock Grove, Parenthood, and more. Dallas Kruse is an award-winning producer with GRAMMY and Billboard #1 artists under his belt.
Tony-nominee Sharon McNight tips her hat to the late, great, legendary ladies of song and a celebration of the “Wizard of Oz”! From Patsy Cline to Aretha Franklin, McNight pays tribute with great music, funny stories and insightful anecdotes. It’s inspiring, infectious and too much fun!
Join us for a special evening as Country Music Association Hall of Famer, and 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Lacy J. Dalton headlines a benefit show for The Muck’s Arts in Corrections Program.
Join Edgar Allan Poe as he sets the mood for Halloween with the spookiest tales and anecdotes from his life.
The grandchild of one of Zapata’s revolutionary soldiers and a traditional Mayan shaman, Heriberto Luna embraces his colorful Mexican ancestry in dazzling paintings that draw inspiration from pre-Columbian art and culture. Patterns with roots in ancient temple hieroglyphics assemble to form hummingbirds, jaguars, and the mythical beings who mediate between humans and the powerful forces of the natural world.
Festive activities, stage performances and special ofrendas (altars) to honor deceased loved ones and to celebrate life—a special event for the whole family.
The grandchild of one of Zapata’s revolutionary soldiers and a traditional Mayan shaman, Heriberto Luna embraces his colorful Mexican ancestry in dazzling paintings that draw inspiration from pre-Columbian art and culture.
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Festivals & Special Events
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