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An Introduction to Iranian Cinema

August 28, 2014 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

For the last several decades, the world’s most innovative, poetic, and intellectually engaging cinema has typically come from Iran. This summer, Hibbleton Gallery owner Jesse La Tour and award-winning filmmaker Steve Elkins hosted a two-month Introduction To Iranian Cinema, meeting twice a week to watch and discuss the works of Iranian filmmakers, most of whom […]

Hope U $100 Art Sale and Fundraiser

August 18, 2014 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

Hibbleton Gallery and Hope University announce The Hope U $100 Art Sale and Fundraiser, an exhibition featuring an intriguing collection of more than thirty gorgeously framed artworks by 19 artists living with disabilities. The selection spans a wide range of mediums from drawing, painting, printmaking, scratchboard, and watercolor; offering visitors a great opportunity to purchase […]

Rafael Navarro

August 17, 2014 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

      For over twenty years, Rafael Navarro has been working as a gun for hire artist in the diverse fields of animation, illustration, and comic books. It has earned him a Daytime Emmy as well as two other Emmy nominations for outstanding special class in an animated program. He is also a recipient […]

Local Rock n Roll Takes Center Stage in New Exhibit at The FMC!

August 1, 2014 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

The Fullerton Museum Center is pleased to announce the newest show in the Foyer Gallery “Right Place, Right Time” by Josué Rivas. A collection of striking black and white photographs that capture unique and iconic moments in rock history, are currently on display in the free gallery. Many visitors may recognize local Orange County bands […]

hap brandon | timeless story @Lucero Photography Studio| August 1 @6pm

August 1, 2014 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

Come meet hap brandon, a local Fullerton artists whose unique art style captures nature and life by rendering layers of transparent washes along with overlays of opaque hues of gouache, solvent free oils, and pastels on paper and canvas. Inspired by the past, hap attempts to retain a sense of the traditional ways combined with […]