Interested in giving school tours and working with children? Then becoming a museum docent is for you!
A 12-week program for students in grades 5,6, 7, and 8, and 9 of guitar lessons, guided practice, and mini-courses in music theory, history and appreciation, with an emphasis on jazz, blues and rock.
Students in grades 7th, 8th and 9th can work on their own projects in a structured, supervised, open-studio setting.
Tours include participatory experiences for students in the museum gallery and a reinforcement of the education concepts through the hands-on art activity.
Available Year-round: Tues, Thurs, and Fri from 9:30am - 11:00am
Every Wednesday from April 18 through June 27, 2012, parents and grandparents of children 5 and under are invited to bring their children and grandchildren to the museum to view the exhibit and take part in special programs.
This half day program will allow young artists in grades 1-6 to use nature as thier inspiration to create art.
Learn how to play the guitar at FMC! This one week guitar class for grades 5 -9 will provide students with the necesarry skills to play several songs on the guitar.
A hands-on art class for grades 1-6. Students will enjoy painting, drawing, printmaking, clay sculpting and more!
Fullerton has a rich history of public art. Highlights of the City’s public art collection include Charles Kassler’s “Pastoral California” on the exterior wall of Plummer Auditorium, one of the state’s largest frescos and Fullerton’s oldest extant mural, and Aldo Casanova’s 1978 large outdoor sculpture Flight at City Hall.
Programs Adding to Fullerton's Public Art have been
- WPA (Works Progress Administration 1935 – 1943)
- CUFFS (Citizens United for Fullerton Safety 1994 – 2004)
- Project Safe (2008)