Passing Through Life with Brushes, Chisels, and Clays: Traditional and Abstract Calligraphy by Sung Yong Tark, Wonho

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 in Busan, South Korea, a harbor city at the southern tip of the Korean peninsula. Tark left home at age 14 to study in Seoul,

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CSUF MFA @ MUZEO

Reception: Saturday, July 10, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Yara Almouradi, Amanda Carrigan, Caitlin Christianson, Negin Hedayat, Allison Holland, Matt Key, Hadley Mattwig, Aimee Scholz, and Niccole Ugay   Anaheim, CA – MUZEO Museum and Cultural Center in partnership with CSUF Begovich Gallery is pleased to announce CSUF

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Inaugural Civics Season

History shows us that it's our responsibility to strengthen and sustain democracy— not only during elections, but through year-round rituals of engaged citizenship. This past year’s challenges pushed us to imagine a new kind of tradition that more deeply connects us with our communities, our nation, and with the meaning

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For All The World To See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights

Nationally Touring Civil Rights Exhibition Opens at MUZEO on June 16, 2021 “...we had averted our eyes for far too long, turning away from the ugly reality facing us as a nation. Let the world see what I’ve seen.” - Mamie Till Bradley In September 1955, shortly after fourteen-year-old Emmett

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Faces of Mankind Exhibition

Faces of Mankind: Portraiture for Social Change is a display of 35 portraits of unhoused and formerly unhoused friends created by the Faces of Mankind artist collective. The exhibition includes information about the Faces of Mankind project, artists, and how you can get involved.  It will be on view in

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Art Dumpsters by CCC Arthouse

In partnership with the City of Anaheim, Republic Services, and CCC Arthouse, MUZEO spearheaded a project to bring character and artistry to one of the least beautiful facets of city life - our trash. The public/private project was designed to create community around public art, support small businesses in downtown

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Earth Day Activities – Co Creating with Nature

This Earth Day, MUZEO and the Art & Wilderness Institute designed some fun and easy activities to help kids and families feel inspired to co-create with local nature. Our goal is to help people see and appreciate the beautiful nature that is all around us (even in the middle of

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MOVING BEYOND DIVERSITY TOWARDS COMMUNITY AND RACIAL EQUITY

MEDIA CONTACT INFORMATION: Katie Adams Farrell Executive Director & CEO katie@muzeo.org RELEASE DATE: February 1, 2021 MUZEO Brings on Board Local and Grassroots Arts Leader Sarah Rafael García. Anaheim, California, January 21, 2021 – As anti-racism protests swept the United States last year, arts organizations, too, were criticized for the

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How to Make a Twisted Spiral Ornament with Retta

Make a beautiful handmade ornament with this easy holiday activity from Fiber Artist Loretta Alvarado. Please note that this activity requires using sharp objects and is likely not suitable for young children. What you’ll need: Fabric – recycled is great! Aluminum Flashing – find it at your local hardware store

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Origins & Displacements: Essay, Events, and Press

ESSAY We Been Here: William Camargo and the Arts of Counterstories (English)  by Joseph Daniel Valencia, Independent Curator and Exhibitions & Program Manager, Vincent Price Museum EVENTS WILLIAM CAMARGO: Performance Saturday, November 7 | 4:00 – 4:30 PM Watch it on Instagram Live via @begovichgallery Artist William Camargo continues his on-going

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