March 6, 2015


Contact: Corky Nepomuceno
Tel.: 213.222.6759
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Art venues, artists and the community come together in one place on one night to celebrate one thing:


(Fullerton, Calif., March 6, 2015) – The Downtown Fullerton Art Walk will commemorate its landmark
5th Anniversary with a monumental art event at the Fullerton Museum Plaza in Fullerton, California on
Friday, March 6, 2015. It’s all ages, free to the public and attracts over 2,000 art enthusiasts to the city
for the celebration.

On Friday, March 6, 20145 from 6-10pm, the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk will welcome the public to
its five-year anniversary at the Fullerton Museum Plaza to celebrate the flourishing art community in
Fullerton. The monthly Art Walk is a multi-venue art crawl that takes place throughout the downtown
area, but for this landmark five-year anniversary it will be in a centralized location in collaboration with
the Fullerton Museum Center Association. Aside from artists booths and live art demonstrations, there
will be dance and musical performances; interactive art and theater; a beer and wine garden; and a
gourmet food truck round-up, all geared to enhance everyone’s overall art experience.

Most venues will be gathered at the Museum Plaza for this one-night art extravaganza. Other notable
Fullerton arts organizations such as The Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton College Art
Department, The Fox Theater, All the Arts for All the Kids Foundation and numerous others are
expected to return again this year for the annual festivities.

Fullerton was voted as 2014 Best Art Walk Orange County – OC Weekly and 2014 Best Art District
Top 3 – Orange County Register.

Other accolades include:
2014 Best Visual Artist Orange County – OC Weekly – Valerie Lewis
2014 Best Zine Library Orange County 2014 – OC Weekly – BookMachine
2014 September – OC Weekly – Our Lives Matter: Portraits of the Unprotected
2014 May – Cover Story OC Weekly – Orange County’s Last, Best Hope for an Artist Shangri-La
2014 OC PEOPLE Issue – OC Weekly – Activist With an Agenda: Stephan Baxter
2014 OC PEOPLE Issue – OC Weekly – Found In Fullerton: Corky Nepomuceno
2014 January – OC Weekly – Are Zines Making a Comeback? – Bookmachine Books + Zines

Make sure to mark this event on your calendar of “to do” activities. Cultural events like the Fullerton Art
Walk Anniversary only enhances Fullerton’s reputation as a community that is a joy to experience.

Parking is recommended at the SoCo Parking Structure on Santa Fe Avenue off of Harbor Boulevard
or the Wilshire Parking Structure on Wilshire Avenue off of Harbor Boulevard. Parking for both is free
of charge.

Downtown Fullerton Art Walk
The incredibly popular Downtown Fullerton Art Walk happens on the first Friday of every month, rain or shine, from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM, all year long. It’s all ages and it’s free! It brings hordes of art lovers to the streets of Downtown Fullerton and to the various venues hosting art shows for the event. With Art Walk maps provided at each venue, it is a self-guided tour of exhibits around town where art buyers and enthusiasts can often meet the artists at their respective showcases.

The Downtown Fullerton Art Walk hopes to make the public aware of the diversity and quality of art in this growing center for the arts. Over recent years the artist community in Fullerton has expanded rapidly, spurred by the number of visitors to the city and also by the increased number of art venues. The Downtown Fullerton Art Walk is all about building relationships between arts organizations, downtown business, and the public, and has emerged as an integral part of Fullerton’s culture. It is developed and promoted by the downtown art community and retailers who independently curate their own shows. At its core, the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk is a coalition of galleries and businesses
whose goal is to promote the arts and to build a tight-knit community.

More information on the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk 4th Anniversary Event is available by calling
Corky Nepomuceno at 213.222.6759 , emailing, or

Brought to you by Participating Fullerton Art Walk Venues and Generous Support from: