3 years of Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

i couldn’t have said it better than Amanda Parsons in the OC Weekly that came out yesterday:
“…our precious baby has finally surpassed her terrible twos … we gather, soaking up culture and making memories … highlighting the city’s ever-growing art community.”

tonight is the big night. a night for fullerton and our surrounding communities to all come together in the name of art. we’re on stage for the art scene in orange county, literally and figuratively, but most importantly, we’re all coming to celebrate, together.

this event would not be possible without the participation and dedication of some great art-minded fullertonians… there are many thank yous in order for the planning of this colossal event, starting with our very own Fullerton Museum Center, in particular Kelly Chidester, Susie Dittmar and Brian Torres. Fullerton Foundry, Corky Nepomuceno. All Star Photo Booth / instapartybox, Monica Johnson. and official venues: CF Dance Academy, Jerald Herron. Artology, Armina Contreras. Share & Do Good, Lilly Tokuyama. Bookmachine, Jesse La Tour. Roadkill Ranch & Boutique, Julie and Heidi. and me, PÄS Gallery.

RSVP! https://www.facebook.com/events/435860136467957/

in the PÄS section of the 3-year anniversary event at the Museum plaza tonight, we’ll be hosting Stretched Perceptions: Art Exhibition by Carla Roque and Brandon Monk Muñoz… where you will get to experience what your household pets feel like around dinner time… in addition to the epic proportion wood sculptures with whimsical illustrations, you can peruse Carla’s prints that will be for sale…

and there’s more: John M. Sollom will have 3 of his most recent works from his Retrograde Mesa series…

see you tonight at 6pm…

the magoski arts colony will be closed, as well as many other venues, so be sure you come straight to the Museum Plaza! 301 N. Pomona Ave., Fullerton, CA 92832

also, a big shout out to our sponsors:
KCET Artbound, CF Dance Academy, Fullerton Museum Center, MG Disposal, and Roadkill Ranch & Boutique!

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