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Great block wall in a suburban backyard setting with four photosgraphs attached to it, two of semi-trucks, one of a warehouse, and one of a large propane fuel tank. leaning on the wall to the right is a small shovel. On the ground to the left is a small propane tank. A garden hose lays on the ground in front of the wall.

Rodrigo Morales: 91 East

June 1 – August 11, 2024 In the 1980s, a mere 234 warehouses dotted the landscape of the Inland Empire. Today, over 4,000 logistic centers have been implanted across the region in a rapid movement to bring commerce to the region. Once identified by its untouched land, the area has become enveloped by the sprawling […]

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Three projection on wall of an exhibition space. On left wall is a underwater scene of blue water and pinkish colored kelp. on the forward screen the back end of a turtle with portion of shell and hind left leg showing as it walks upon green grass. On right wall is a underwater scene of blue water and pinkish colored kelp. The exhibition space is dark with five aqua colored beanbag chairs on the floor.

Julia Edith Rigby:  Fever Dream

June 1 – August 11, 2024 Fever Dream explores resonance, metamorphosis, multispecies relationships, and entanglements among organisms, oceanscapes, and sound. Sourcing field recordings from sea caves, atmospheric river events, decomposing trees, aquaria, animals, and climatic phenomena, the opera expands our human-centered understanding of perception / world-making to consider the sensory worlds of more-than-humans. Wild bats and […]

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four multi-colored ceramics forms sit on white gallery pedestals in front of a gray painted wall.

Ceramics and Glass: Show and Sale 

November 4, 2023 – March 3, 2024 Opening Reception: Saturday, February 3 from 7-10pm A long-standing tradition at Grand Central Art Center, the annual ceramics and glass show and sale provides an opportunity to see and purchase quality works by regional artists.  Artists in this year’s show include Emily Brasch, Jose Flores Nava, David Gutierrez, Philip Kupferschmidt, Destiny Martindill, […]

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Image of a house like building on fire at night time.

Hings Lim: Specter in the Gate

February 3 – May 12, 2024 OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, February 3 from 7-10pm ARTIST WALKTHROUGH and DISCUSSION: Tuesday, February 20, 2PM Location: Grand Central Art Center In collaboration with CSUF Prof. Julie Orser, Creative Photography and Experimental Media and CSUF Begovich Gallery ARTIST LECTURE: Wednesday, February 21, 4PM Location: CSU Fullerton, Visual Arts, Building D […]

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Aerial view from directly above of woman in row boat with a rocky shoreline to the right of image.

Coco Fusco: Your Eyes Will Be An Empty Word

February 3 – May 12, 2024 Opening Reception: Saturday, February 3 from 7-10pm Music: Pauline Kim Harris Narrator: Pamela Sneed A video essay recorded in the waters around Hart Island, home to the largest mass grave in the United States, where New York’s unclaimed victims of COVID-19 have been buried. The piece was commissioned by […]

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Artist stands on sidewalk in front of a material covered chain link fence holding a sign in front of his body that read "THIS AREA WILL GENTRIFY SOON"

William Camargo: Origins & Displacements, Vols. 1 & 2

William Camargo: Origins & Displacements, Vols. 1 & 2 October 3 – January 10, 2021 LOCATIONS: This two-part exhibition, organized by the CSUF Begovich Gallery, is on view from the storefront windows at CSUF Grand Central Art Center (GCAC) in Santa Ana & MUZEO Museum & Cultural Center in Anaheim. NOTE: William Camargo’s exhibition is […]

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