Downtown Fullerton Art Walk will celebrate its two-year anniversary with a massive art extravaganza at the Fullerton Museum Plaza on Friday, March 2nd from 6-10pm. The community will gather at this central location amongst live art demonstrations; interactive art displays; live music (Jupilar and jams from Lil Rock); dance performances from the CF Dance Academy; and visual art of local artists like Mike Myers and Monk Muñoz. There will also be kids activities, food trucks (Calbi, Front Porch Pops, Crepes Bonaparte, Sexy Burger, Bitemefoods Truck, Fresh Fries and Mun-chee5), and the beer and wine garden.
Many venues will be closed so they can attend this one- night art event: Max Bloom’s Cafe Noir, Lucero Photography, Tranquil Tea Lounge, BTNC, Hibbleton, Bookmachine, PÄS, Studio EMP, Josh and Monica’s Studio, Adorned, Carpe Diem Experience, Secret City Comic Society, Weaverr Gallery, Pastel Art Gallery, Fullerton Museum and more.
Also joining the festivities are other Fullerton arts organizations such as: Stages Theatre, Hunger Artists, The Muckenthaler Museum, Fullerton College Art Department, The Fox Theater and All the Arts for All the Kids Foundation.
Maintaining the ambulatory aspect of the monthly art walk, venues like: Violethour, NoCo Studio, Roadkill Ranch, Otto, Out of Vogue and The Night Owl will curate their exhibits in their respective locations.
VioletHour Studio: “Jazz”, with multiple artists. Art work from Patrick Nguyen, Candace Magoski and Michael Magoski; a book release – Blue Notes in Black and White — with Ben Cawthra; and live music from Dave Goldberg, Andrea Calderwood with Dhiren Panniker, Anthony Shadduck, Sean Fitzpatrick and more.
NoCo Studio: “Non Standard Pacific Time”, an eclectic mix of artwork featuring local artists Mike Myers, Russ Pope, and Gregg Kaplan.
Roadkill Ranch & Boutique: artist Malcolm Davis, creative person and live music by Guy Nelson.
OTTO: Charley Harper print show, a master of combining geometric shapes, fluid forms and color to capture the essence of the the flora and fauna that surround us.
The Night Owl: art from James Estrada and Joan Bloomfield, plus music from Barrelhousers.
Calling all world changers, art aficionadoOOos, & beer lovers! Sevenly, an organization that donates a portion of their sales to world causes, is having their first art show slash fundraiser at their new headquarters in downtown Fullerton at 116 E. Amerige. The party is to benefit Mercy Ships and all are welcome.
There is Art in Fullerton!
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