The Great Art Walk Round-up: Fullerton

We had the most fun at the Fullerton Art Walk. It’s a little spread out with three distinct areas (see map) VioletHour-PÄS-Hibberton, the Fullerton Museum Center four blocks away and in between the  Carpe Diem Experience, a cluster of small galleries, craft tables and food trucks. You can find affordable art here, and we saw a lot of red dots. We enjoyed the industrial/renovated gallery interiors and blues at the Fullerton Museum Center open mike night. We recommend waiting out traffic: the crowd peaked around 8 to 9 and doesn’t start winding down until 10 p.m. The breakdown:

The Crowd: 20s+, eclectic, families, and students
The Art: The gamut from sculpture, furniture, video, installations, to painting and photography as well as collectives and collaborations
What you won’t find: established commercial artists, Real Housewives
Gallery Pick: Internal Gallery & Oddities
Check out: Open mike night at the Fullerton Museum Center, PÄS
After: Amazing Mediterranean food at Les Amis

Map of Fullerton Art Walk

Map of Fullerton Art Walk

VioletHour

VioletHour

Origami birds flying overhead at PAS

Origami birds flying overhead at PAS

 

PAS

PAS

PAS

PAS

 

Fullerton Museum Center

Fullerton Museum Center

Blues at the Fullerton Museum Center's open mike night

Blues at the Fullerton Museum Center’s open mike night

Internal Gallery and Oddities

Internal Gallery and Oddities

One of the many 'oddities' by Adam Watts

One of the many ‘oddities’ by Adam Watts

Written by Natasha Shah, photography and graphics by Jared Millar

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  1. Patent Agent says:

    This looks like such an interesting place, Adam Watt’s work sort of reminds me of the stop motion work by Jan Svankmajer actually.

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