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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Virtual Summer Experiences

  This summer, Muzeo is partnering with local nonprofit organizations to present virtual programs and activities that help students and families stay active and engaged during the pandemic. From local history to sports activities, from STEAM lessons to “How to Look at a Photograph,” these virtual programs offer opportunities for

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OC Weekly named Muzeo Editorial Choice “Best Cultural Center”

BEST CULTURAL CENTER MUZEO MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTER Southern California is known for being a hub for all people and all cultures, a trait demonstrated well at the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center. Its wide variety of exhibits that rotate seasonally present a new opportunity any time you visit. Whether

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“I Am An American” featured in the Orange County Register

Anaheim school and museum making sure experiences of Japanese Americans in interment camps not forgotten By LOU PONSI PUBLISHED: August 28, 2019 at 12:07 pm | UPDATED: August 28, 2019 at 12:08 pm Close to 80 years ago, Anaheim High School Principal Paul Demaree called for an assembly in the school auditorium. Speaking from

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Muzeo featured in the Los Angeles Japanese Daily News

“I AM AN AMERICAN” OPENS AT MUZEO AUG. 25 Posted On AUGUST 9, 2019 Civil Rights, Community News Jimmy Iwashita standing with a group of children outside the Recreation Hall in Block 36 at the Colorado River (Poston) camp, ca. 1944. (Image loaned by Ikuko and John Iwashita) ANAHEIM — “I Am

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Cheech Marin’s Private Collection of Chicano Art Returns to Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center with New Exhibition

ANAHEIM, Calif. (March 7, 2019) – Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center showcases 65 artworks from the private collection of Cheech Marin, actor, director, writer, musician and humanitarian, in the new exhibition Papel Chicano Dos. This major exhibition features 24 established and emerging artists, a small theater and one amazing car.

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2019 TrashARTists Challenge & Fire Hydrant Painting

Muzeo and City of Anaheim Public Works congratulate all the winners and participants of the MUZEO’S 11TH ANNUAL YOUTH SUSTAINABLE ART CONTEST – March 16, 2019 The following are the winners of TrashARTist Challenge BEST IN SHOW Grades 6 – 8 Tianna Shen, Jayne Sung, Serena Yang, Amber Yoon &

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