Welcome to the Fullerton Museum Center!
Home of the Leo Fender Gallery
Voted "Best Art Museum" by the OC Weekly
The Fullerton Museum Center presents the best in multidisciplinary exhibitions and educational programs in the areas of history, science, art and humanities. The main goals of FMC are to present exhibitions and activities which stimulate dialogue, promote critical and creative thinking, and serve as vehicles to learn about ourselves and our world.
Audio's Visuals: The Photography of Henry Diltz
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 15 from 6:00-9:00pm
$12 admission/Free for Museum members
Henry Diltz's photos dominated the converging ground of visual art and music in the 60s and for decades defined the folk counterculture scene of southern California. Diltz's work has graced hundreds of album covers, from James Taylor's Sweet Baby James to the Eagles Desperado album.
Leo Fender: Life and Legacy
Clarence Leo Fender was an unassuming man who couldn't play the guitar, yet his creations inspired generations of musicians, and changed the sound of popular music. While his instruments soared, Fender spent his life in Fullerton, looking for ways to make his great creations even better. In this 10th anniversary year of the Leo Fender Gallery, we celebrate the man by taking a fresh look at his life, work and lifetime of inventiveness.