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Alfadir Luna: Seà ±or de Maà ­z / Corn Man

Alfadir Luna: Seí­±or de Maí­­z / Corn Man

Procession to Unite a Man of Corn / Procession of the Corn Man NOTE: Alfadir Luna’s exhibition is a storefront installation that can be viewed anytime from GCAC’s 2nd Street promenade. Text by Xochi Maberry-Gaulke Alfadir Luna is a social practice artist based in Mexico City who takes a cosmological and philosophical approach to knowledge- […]

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Pablo Helguera: The Grand Central Singing Telegram Co.

test. Artist Pablo Helguera and California State University, Fullerton’s Grand Central Art Center are excited to present the current project through GCAC’s artist-in-residence program PABLO HELGUERA: THE GRAND CENTRAL SINGING TELEGRAM CO. Individuals can order singing telegrams to send to special someone, then Chief Telegraphist Pablo Helguera delivers the message and selected song to them in the comfort of […]

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A text in support of community


test. Dear Grand Central Art Center Community, After attending a meeting this (Friday) afternoon on CSUF’s main campus, new protocols put in place require Grand Central Art Center to close to the public through at least April 1st.  We will keep you posted with updates as information becomes available. In the meantime, GCAC’s team is working […]

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test. SILHOUETTE, short films screening Thursday 02/20 starting at 6PM Grand Central Art Center’s first series of 2020’s  Public Programming  titled,  documentation, will be hosting a showcase of contrasting films curated by collaborator  Saif Alsaegh.  Documentation  presents film as a medium to capture and present linear and nonlinear narratives and formats. Basing off film’s potential […]

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Cognate Collective: Regionalia

test. Grand Central Art Center (Santa Ana) and X Artists’ Books (Los Angeles) announce Cognate Collective: Regionalia February 1, 2020 from 6 – 7PM Grand Central Art Center (GCAC), a unit of Cal State Fullerton College of the Arts, and X Artists’ Books, a small press focusing on artists’ books and collaborations, are pleased to announce […]

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Chris Kallmyer: Faded Love

test. Faded Love,pedal steel guitar players Chris Kallmyer February 1, 2020 Faded Love is a new installation performance featuring country western musicians playing sad songs all together. This immersive performance features the pedal steel guitar, known for its similarity to the human voice. Visitors to the performance are free to move around the installation while sound […]

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Chris Kallmyer: All Possible Music

test. All Possible Music Chris Kallmyer December 7, 2019—Ongoing All Possible Music is a new film that envisions all music that could ever happen in casual handwritten descriptions: Blissful symphony for an audience of careful listeners, bangin’ dance hits in a cabin set deep in the woods, a solo contrabass alone on a mountaintop, or […]

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Flavia D’Urso: Slippage of a Strand

test. Flavia D’Urso: Slippage of a Strand | February 1, 2020 – May 10, 2020 Slippage of a Strand Flavia D’Urso February 1, 2020 – May 10, 2020 Guest Curator: Elizabeth Rooklidge  Slippage of a Strand, a collection of new and recent works by Flavia D’Urso, is grounded in the intersection of physical, emotional, and […]

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Individual wearing a traditional Slavic garment.

Chris Kallmyer: Sundown Shelter

test. Sundown Shelter Chris Kallmyer October 5, 2019—Ongoing Sundown Shelter explores the idea of the west and the movement of the sun westward through a new performance installation created for the Grand Central Art Center. The evolving work will begin with an immersive performance by Chris Kallmyer and musician collaborators, as well a new video piece […]

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