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
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
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
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
“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
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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ANAHEIM, CA, January 29, 2018 – Muzeo will host the exhibition The Buffalo Soldier Experience from February 3 through March 11 during Black History Month. The museum will offer free admission on Saturday, February 3 to celebrate the 38th Black History Parade and Cultural Faire in Anaheim,
Photo by Peter Olsen October 26, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Carol Latham Community Outreach Coordinator (714) 956-8936 email@example.com Image FolderNovember at a Glance NOVEMBER AT MUZEO The Mother Earth: Art by Robert Refugio opens Saturday, November 4. This mixed media collection takes a dreamy yet critical look at our
Tickets are still available for the only scheduled West Coast appearance of Dressing Downton: Changing Fashion for Changing Times. The exhibit closes Sunday, May 14 at 5pm.
At 5:10pm on Sunday, May 7th, the Mayor Pro Tem James Vanderbilt and assistant Amani Harnett randomly selected the winner for “Dressing the Part” opportunity drawing. Congratulations Rozanne Linn (ticket #0857), you have won a trip to England! We will be contacting you soon.