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Holiday-Themed Art Shows for Fullerton Art Walk

This Friday, December 6th is the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk. During this month’s event, there will be a number of venues hosting holiday-themed art shows and fairs—for a unique holiday shopping experience. Here are a few shows happening this Friday, from 6-9:30pm in downtown Fullerton:

Annual Shopping Soiree at the Fullerton Museum Center (301 N Pomona Ave.)

All items in the gift shop will be 20% off, 30% for Museum Members. Enjoy free entrance to the Museum, gift wrapping, appetizers, and drinks. Also be sure to check out the latest exhibit “Instruments of Change: an Exploration of Latin American Murals.”

HIbbleton’s Holiday Art Fair at FLDWRK (110 E Wilshire Ave. Suite 101)

Hibbleton Gallery will be “popping up” at FLDWRK in the historic Chapman Building in Downtown Fullerton. This event will feature a number of local artists who will be displaying and selling their unique and creative wares. There will also be live music, holiday refreshments, and lots of good cheer. Featured artists include: Myra Bryan, Syd Middleton, Aimee Aul, Tawny and Casey McCann, Terry Orr, Jessica Morris Boehme, Kelsey Hawthorne, Heidi Moreno, Jesse La Tour, Nancy Lucero Chavez, A.E. Van Fleet, Bryan Jennings, and Cogey Marx. With live music by Trevor Daniel. This Holiday Fair is free and open to the public.

Print Shop at Josephine Joan Gallery (515 W Commonwealth Ave.)

Come out and support your favorite artists and buy locally handmade gifts at Josephine Joan Gallery from 7-10pm. Featured artists include: Paul Sergeant, Chantal deFelice, Jason Margos, Tanya Murdock, Avalon Lafosse, Leanne Sergeant, Heather Soodak, Bailey Sargeant, Kim Edmiston & Valerie Lewis.

For more information about the Fullerton Art Walk visit www.fullertonartwalk.com or follow on Facebook.

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