MUZEO is on Tongva land.

Master Craft: The Art of Woodworking

March 12 – May 21, 2016

Tickets: $7 Adults, $6 Seniors/Students/Military, $5 Children 4-12 (3 and under free)
Anaheim students are always free thanks to our sponsors!
To purchase tickets in advance, click “Book Online” below.

In today’s tech-driven society, a post-industrial nostalgia for the handcrafted object has experienced a resurgence. Master Craft: The Art of Woodworking features the craftsmanship of California artists utilizing wood and the handmade process to create objects serving both utilitarian and decorative functions. The exhibit consists of vessels, furniture and sculptures, as well as a collection of antique tools and an introduction to woodworking techniques. Included is a KidZEO area where children can construct wooden objects utilizing instruction cards.

Artists represented include Bill Churchill, Ken Cowell, Dennis Hays, Bruce Lewellyn, Osvaldo Orellana, Michael Rafferty, Ed Rizzardi, Fred Rose and David Wade.

Antique tools on loan from the Straub Family and Austin Hardwoods and Hardware. Thank you to our sponsors: West Coast Arborists, Ganahl Lumber, Freeman and City of Anaheim.



Docent Tours

Fridays & Saturdays: 11am and 1pm
Sundays: 1 and 3pm
(Tours are included in price of ticket.)


Meet the artists

Sunday Lecture Series

All lectures are from 1-2:30pm and are free to attend (ticket required for Main Gallery exhibition).

Inside the Artist’s Studio with David Wade – March 13
Inside the Artist’s Studio with Michael Rafferty – March 20
Inside the Artist’s Studio with Ken Cowell – April 3
Inside the Artist’s Studio with Ed Rizzardi – April 10
Inside the Artist’s Studio with Bruce Lewellyn – April 17
Inside the Artist’s Studio with Dennis Hays – April 24
Inside the Artist’s Studio with Bill Churchill – May 8
Inside the Artist’s Studio with Fred Rose – May 15

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Muzeo Main Gallery

A new model for urban cultural centers, Muzeo is a 25,000 square foot complex encompassing Anaheim’s original Carnegie Library and a state of the art gallery space opened in 2007, the Main Gallery. The museum has been seamlessly integrated into an urban setting, surrounded by loft living and street-level retail. Available for private event rental.

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