Events & Programming
Thursday, April 9, 5-9 PM
Visual Arts Courtyard and Galleries
ACTIVATE! 2020 is a one-night presentation of multiple installations and exhibitions situated in the Visual Arts courtyard and galleries (Begovich, Duff, Exit and Freedman).
Works on view are produced by CSUF students and represent the various course disciplines offered in the Visual Arts. Participating areas include: Art Education, Ceramics, Creative Photography, Jewelry+Metals, Drawing & Painting, Entertainment Art/Animation, Exhibition Design, Foundations, Glass, Graphic & Interactive Design, and Sculpture.
ACTIVATE! 2020 is organized by the College of the Arts and Nicholas & Lee Begovich Gallery, and in partnership with Arts Interclub Council (AICC).
Art+Politics: Visual Culture Conference
May 2, 2020
Presentations will begin at 10 am
Presenters and Program Schedule: TBA
Check Begovich Gallery’s website in mid-April for updates
Art+Politics is an annual conference that takes place at alternating college or university locations in southern California. It provides a platform for community college students to present scholarly research papers centered around visual culture.
Initiated in 2016 by alumni, Angela Lessing (Art History, ’17), who transferred from Fullerton College to CSU Fullerton, believed it was essential that emerging scholars were given an opportunity to establish an academic paper before setting foot into a four-year college or university. Since its conception, the program has taken place at educational institutions across the southland- Cypress College, CSU Dominguez Hills, CSU Fullerton, and UC Riverside. This year, Art+Politics returns to CSU Fullerton with a new roster of students from community colleges in the region, as well as select undergraduates from the art history program in the Department of Visual Arts.
Hosted by the College of the Arts Department of Visual Arts,
Nicholas & Lee Begovich Gallery and the Art History Program
Art Pops is a series of “pop-up” programming ranging from demos, events, and informative talks.
Francisco Goya, Los Caprichos
May 14, 12-1pm
This season, get a behind-the-scenes look into the gallery’s collection of prints by Spanish artist, Francisco Goya. Visual Resource Specialist, Debra Winters will lead a discussion on Goya’s Los Caprichos, a series of prints created in the early 18th century that critiqued Spain’s culture and humanity.
ART POPS is made possible through the Art Alliance, the College of the Arts, Department of Visual Arts, and Donna and Ernie Schroeder.