A look at Fullerton’s community cultural gem

A look at Fullerton’s community cultural gem

The Muckenthaler 18-room home was built in 1924 by Walter and Adella Muckenthaler. It was the family home until Harold, their only son, donated it to the city of Fullerton in 1965. He had one condition – the home was to be used as a cultural center for the public.
For the last 52 years The Muck (as it’s commonly called) serves up to 41,000 guests and visitors annually. Hosting special events, concerts, festivals and gallery exhibits it has become a Fullerton mainstay in building a strong community. The Muck also offers more than 6,000 hours of art education classes for adults and children.
In 1999, the home received designation from the National Register of Historic Places.
The Muckenthaler Cultural Center
1201 W. Malvern Ave, Fullerton CA 92833
714-738-6595 | info@themuck.org

Ongoing and Upcoming Events

In the Gallery
Portraits & Figures: A National Watercolor Exhibition
February 2 – April 9

The National Watercolor Society opens the gallery season with an exhibition devoted to figurative portraits. The invitational show features a diverse range of works in some form of water-based media.

On the Stage
A Charlie Chaplin Valentine!
Thursday, February 16, 2017 7:30pm – 9:00 pm

Three great Charlie Chaplin short comedies accompanied live and completely improvised by award winning composer, Michael D. Mortilla.

Special Events
The Art of Dining: A Food, Music & Pottery Experience
Sunday, February 26, 2017 4:00pm – 8:00 pm

Enjoy an intimate evening of Korean cuisine. All funds raised will help a cultural exchange exhibition with Yong-In, Korea and Fullerton, USA.

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