In the Main Gallery
Coming June 11th
Main Gallery | February 19 - May 15, 2022
In the Historic Carnegie Galleries
The 7th Annual Ewha Nokmee Exhibition
Historic Carnegie Building Galleries | April 3 - May 29
Nokmee (or "Green Beauty" in Korean) is a collective of women artists who graduated from the College of Art and Design, Ewha Women’s University in South Korea. Since forming in 2010, the association of Nokmee of Southern California Alumnae has held rotating exhibitions in an effort to continue their practice and share their work with local communities.
The College of Art and Design, Ewha Women’s University was the first educational institute in Korea to offer a four-year college program in the arts, established in 1945. The college covers a diverse range of artistic practices including painting, ceramics, fiber arts, and fashion design.
Esperanza Varsity Ceramics 2022
Studio Gallery | May 6 - May 29
Each year the advanced students at Esperanza High School explore new concepts, techniques, firings, and glazes in their second year of ceramics class and develop a body of work based on their experience. They work on refining their craft and narrowing down their concepts during the third quarter of their school year and this exhibition showcases that artwork.
Kevin Kowalski, Esperanza High School Ceramics Teacher
The exhibition, installed in February for digital presentation only, features 30 works of acrylic on canvas. Paintings are in the realist tradition and are inspired by important places and objects and the people who made them. Irfan Murtaza is an Anaheim-based artist.
Calligraphy of Korean Poetry: Artist Conversation in Brush and Wood by Tae Sun Hwang
Digital Exhibition | November 23, 2020 - January 10, 2020
Korean-born master calligrapher Tae Sun Hwang is a practitioner of healing art in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She finds her rest in brush and ink in her leisure time. This exhibition is a collection of the last forty years of her calligraphy in Korean and Chines brush work.
Costumes of the Anaheim Ballet's Nutcracker
Muzeo is thrilled to participate in Anaheim Ballet's celebration of the annual holiday tradition, the Nutcracker. This digital exhibition offers a glimpse into the world of Nutcracker costumes, adding wonderful context to the timeless story, bringing us closer to its characters, and opening our eyes to the creative and multi-layered artistic process of Anaheim Ballet's Founding Directors and production team. Thanks to Anaheim Ballet's Directors Larry Rosenberg and Sarma Lapeneiks Rosenberg and Company Administrator, Ashley Duree. Special thank to Anaheim Ballet Board Member and former Anaheim Ballet dancer Rayell Segerstrom.
"I Matter Because ..." - Work by AESD Students from the Reflections Contest
The National PTA's Reflections program has been inspiring student artists for over 50 years. Each year, over 300,000 students in Pre-K through Grade 12 create original works of art in response to a student-selected theme. The theme for the 2020-2021 program year was I Matter Because.... Students were encouraged to reflect on the theme by exploring their own thoughts, feelings and ideas. Each entry is accompanied by an artist statement, in which the student explains his/her feelings or thoughts about the art. Students were invited to submit art in the following categories: Visual Arts, Literature, Film Production, Dance Choreography, Music Composition, and Photography. Muzeo is proud to feature art works from students in grades Kindergarten to 6 in the categories of Visual Arts, Literature, and Photography.