Muzeo is a local museum where people gather to share culture, make art, and lift up our community.


Muzeo presents a broad array of art, artists, and artifacts that tell important stories and celebrate the diversity of human expression.

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Events & Programs

Cultural festivals, hands-on art workshops, talks with local authors ... all designed to promote self-discovery and bring people together.

Events Calendar

New for 2022!

MAKERS@MUZEO is proud to announce the 2022 artist in residence, contemporary painter GERMS. Jaime "GERMS" Zacarias is a Chicano artist and South L.A. native who has captured the essence of Los Angeles and Chicano history through a myriad of futuristic designs and three-dimensional characters. Drop into the Carnegie Galleries during the month of June to watch GERMS working in his onsite studio. This program is made possible through support from Republic Services.

Jaime is well known for cleverly stylized Luchador masks given life by their protruding tentacles, surrounded by floating amoebas that playfully flirt with their viewers' imaginations. He uses burst of colors to create contrast and movement within his paintings.

Muzeo is excited to offer two sessions of art and wellness-focused summer camp programs for our community! Each special session of classes will focus on different aspects of art, art making, and art history. Children in each class will produce a unique project and craft at the end.

Muzeo Summer Camp programs are intended for children ages 6 through 10. Each session contains unique classes. Discounts on reservations are offered for guests who sign up for both sessions. Session 1 runs July 18 through 22 and Session 2 runs July 25 through 29. Each class runs from 1 pm to 2 pm.

For more information on Summer Camp, click HERE.

Virtual Programs

View the latest installment of our Art + Jazz program here

Special guest Terence Love is ay photographer whose work encompasses amazing landscapes, architecture, and portraiture. His remarkable work is exhibited, after a few clips of legendary performers from the famous Steamers Jazz and Café in Fullerton and “Steamers Jazz at Jax” in Newport Beach.

View the latest installment of our Poetic Voices program here

Poet Marcus Omari and our very own Carol Latham will delve into the indispensable value of the poetic arts.

On View

Like Nigeria itself, collectors Kingsley and Cassia Ezenma represent multiple cultures, languages, and perspectives. Art from Kingsley’s native Nigeria make up the bulk of the Ezenma collection, ranging from work by internationally recognized artists to emerging young visionaries fresh from the country’s acclaimed art schools.


Historic Carnegie Galleries

This special exhibition is being curated by Ozzie Juarez from Tlaloc Studios and Andrew Hosner from Thinkspace Projects. Each curator has chosen a vast array of creatives across various mediums, each with that special something that places them firmly in the current zeitgeist.

"We believe art is a true expression of human dignity. Exploring diverse art and culture together is an essential practice for bringing healing to our community." - The Muzeo Team via our Commitment to Cultural Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity


The Historic 1908 Carnegie Library Galleries

The original Carnegie Library was the first public library in Anaheim. Now the historic building houses Muzeo's community galleries, where admission is always free.

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