The Fullerton Art Walk in downtown Fullerton, every first Friday of the month, is developed and promoted by the downtown art community and retailers who independently curate their own show. This event is free for the community and many galleries provide beverages, food and live music.
Here is just a sampling of the exhibit info for this Friday (we will continue to update as new exhibits are announced), for a full list of locations see the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk map:
Friday December 5, 2014, 6-10pm
*Hibbleton Gallery in the Magoski Arts Colony will present “Digital Show 3.0? or 00011100001, featuring artwork by Mark Mendez, Carla Zarate, Brian Torres, and Camilo Bejarano.
* BOOKMACHINE books + zines in the Magoski Arts Colony, is proud to partner with local nonprofit Pathways of Hope for a very special art exhibit this December, just in time for the holiday season! For over 39 years Pathways Of Hope has been providing food, transitional living and support and prevention services to the hungry, homeless and less advantaged through assistance of local congregations, volunteers, businesses and grants from foundations and government agencies. Pathways offers arts programs for children in transitional housing, and this December 5th at BOOKMACHINE, some of the kids’ art will be on display!
* Share & Do Good presents their first Crafter’s Village Pop Up Shop! Each artisan and designer participating will be donating a portion of their proceeds to a charity close to their heart. Featuring: Remnant International, FishSalt Apparel, ATILIAY, Infinite for India, Bella Luna Arts, and Joyful Creations Design!