Muzeo is a local museum where people gather to share culture, make art, and lift up our community.
Events & Programs
New for 2022!
The purpose of the Maker's at Muzeo program is to activate art making in a community/participatory/social context to create innovative links between people. MUZEO’s Artist in Residence can host 1 or 2 artists/makers at the same time in the former historic Carnegie Library. During the residency, participatory artists create artworks, projects or happenings with local people according to a project plan.
You can access the Artist in Residence program form HERE.
Join us for our Spring fundraiser Creator's Block! All art blocks are made by our incredibly talented community and purchase one to support Muzeo’s unique programs.
All art is $100, one of a kind and all is first-come-first-serve.
This Block Party is FREE and features a live DJ, specialty cocktails and refreshments.
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.
DIALOGUES WITH THE SACRED
Hyun Ae Kang combines Korean spirituality with Western Modernist art practices that create a sense of meditation and connection with the divine. Kang draws upon the Korean "Dansaekhwa" art tradition in creating her works, layering paint and other materials to create large-scale canvases of explosive color and texture.
"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
Passing Through Life with Brushes, Chisels, and Clays: Traditional and Abstract Calligraphy by Sung Yong Tark, WonhoRead more
Sung Tark was born to Korean parents in Andong, Manchuria in Northeastern China. Refugees of first WWII then the Korean War, his family finally settled