july at the magoski arts colony

every first friday of the month brings the downtown fullerton art walk, where multiple venues open up from 6-10p and feature local artists… at the magoski arts colony, it’s really one of the only days that we are open to the public. other than first friday, we usually have closing receptions, hibbleton is currently hosting a summer film festival, and we get together for the occasional party. july’s art walk was the result of a collective, yet diverse, environment… hibbleton and bookmachine played host to “Create Now A Tribute to Alan Watts,” a magnificent display curated by roxanna mostatabi and josue rivas, chantal defelice and jason phillips projected their living things in the experimental film room, in PÄS we featured “Betterwill,” an exhibition of upcycled goods, the brand new egan gallery featured excellent works of fullerton college tranferring students, violethour displayed photography of temples from across the planet, patrick cooked up the goods in the kitch, and brandon monk munoz hosted the open house for his new studio called Monkwood… the evening was filled with smiles and laughter as the crowds gathered under a 3,500 paper crane and boat installation from Anna Hansen which stretched the common hallway 200 feet down the center of the Magoski Arts Colony…

have a look at some photographs from friday, july 5, 2013:
Tribute to Alan Watts


Fullerton College Transfer Exhibition


Throughout the rest of the Colony

can it get any better? of course.
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