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Sharon Levy: Canopy

test. Canopy Sharon Levy November 2, 2019— March 8, 2020 Artist Sharon Levy creates sculptural installations, paintings and drawings that explore both a sense of wonder in the natural world, exploring her fear and sadness about its destruction. With subjects both large and small, she focuses on the interactions between humans and nature to find […]

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Persian sculpture depicting a winged bull with a human face

Martin Durazo: Monolith (ic)

test. Monolith (ic) Martin Durazo October 5, 2019—January 12, 2020 With Monolith (ic) Durazo returns to an aesthetic of multi-disciplinary installation and performance work.  Site-specific and conceptual works are activated by singular and collaborative performance as well as audience interaction and exploration. Monolith (ic) is a reference to singular stones that have been used to create heroic […]

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Artist talk: Lucas Murgida | 6 pm, Saturday, Sep. 7

Join us for a talk and Q&A session with the artist Lucas Murgida. He will discuss his time as an Artist in Residence at Grand Central Art Center and his project “None of This is Real.” ABOUT LUCAS MURGIDA: https://www.grandcentralartcenter.com/wp/lucas-murgida-none-of-this-is-real/

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Federico Medina: Starving

Starving Federico Medina August 3 – October 13, 2019 OPENING RECEPTION: August 3 from 7-10pm On a raining winter evening, artist Federico Medina decided to take a journey through the streets of Santa Ana’s Artist Village. It was a quest, a search for better understanding as he contemplated the questions for which he was struggling. […]

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Panel Discussion: CSU Fullerton MFA & BFA exhibition “NOW MORE THAN EVER” | 6 pm, Saturday, August 3

Saturday, August 3 @ 6:00-7:00 pm Join curator Kelly Lindner and featured artists Janan Abedelmuti, Yara Almouradi, Dylan Flah, Jose Flores Nava, Desmond Jervis, Hadley Mattwig, and Pamela Rush as they discuss current CSU Fullerton MFA and BFA exhibition, “NOW MORE THAN EVER.” ABOUT THE CURATOR: Kelly Lindner is Director and Curator of the Jack […]

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Kerry Tribe: Double

Kerry Tribe Double July 6 – September 22, 2019 OPENING RECEPTION: July 6 from 7-10pm In Kerry Tribe’s single-channel video work Double, five women who nominally resemble one another reflect on subjects ranging from their impressions of Los Angeles to the project they are currently working on – apparently the very project in which they appear.  Each of […]

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Artist talk: Salvador de la Torre| 6 pm, Saturday, July 6

Saturday, July 6 @ 6:00-7:00 pm ABOUT THE ARTIST:Salvador de la Torre is an artist and educator, born in Guadalajara Jalisco, raised in Laredo, Texas and currently resides in Long Beach, CA. De la Torre earned a Master of Fine Art from California State University, Fullerton and a Bachelor of Art from Texas A&M International […]

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Jennifer Nelson: Habeas Corpus Investigation #2: Constellation Court – a Summons

— Research performance, June 1, 7:30 – 9:00pm Jennifer Nelson Habeas Corpus Investigation #2: Constellation Court – a Summons Standing between a State’s power to imprison you and your right to liberty is the Writ of Habeas Corpus–meaning have the body, in court. This basic legal premise can recalibrate the dance between an individual and […]

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Salvador de la Torre: antes muerta que sencilla

Salvador de la Torre antes muerta que sencilla May 4 – July 14, 2019 Opening Reception: Sat., May 4 from 7-10pm In December of 2017, artist Salvador de la Torre overheard a conversation between their mother and niece. Their niece was interviewing the artist’s mother in regards to her migration story and how she ended […]

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