Past News

2017-02-24

The Children's Festival 2017

2017-02-23

Kids And The Arts

2017-01-25

February Newsletter is here

2017-01-22

20th Century Women

2017-01-20

Raffles v Opportunity Drawings

2017-01-18

Broadway Concert Gets Its Own Site

2016-11-24

AAC December Newsletter

2016-11-01

Looking for Event Coordinator

2016-10-26

November Newsletter is Here!

2016-09-28

October Newsletter

2016-09-27

TADA! Dance and Theatre Credentials Coming to California

2016-05-06

Paints and Good Food

2016-05-03

Crowdfunding for Children's Festival

2016-04-26

Dance and Drama One Step Closer

2016-02-26

From the March Newsletter

2016-02-26

March Newsletter

2015-10-04

Sacred Arts Festival Videos Now Available

2015-10-02

Arts Council Takes A Chance

2015-08-13

On Summer Break

2015-07-06

Arts Council Elects New President

2015-07-03

Grants and Scholarships

2015-04-23

Santa Ana Invests in Artists!

2015-04-15

Annual Soiree was Heroic

2015-03-18

Arts Council Annual Soiree Details

2015-02-02

Schools Turnaround With The Arts

2014-12-08

December Newsletter is here.

2014-12-08

Superheroes Campaign - One Month Left

2014-10-26

Music Therapy Reduces Depression in Kids

2014-09-27

Anaheim's Big Fish Nearly Open

2014-09-02

New Arts Season Begins

2014-08-13

We are on a brief recess

2014-06-09

Art and the Brain

2014-06-09

Awards Night at Arts Council

2014-02-09

The Mannequin Experiment

2014-01-18

Arts Council Theatre Night

2014-01-09

New Year: New Look. Our Website Changes

2014-01-02

Happy New Year to all our Readers

2014-01-01

The Role of Theatre in Anaheim

2013-11-25

OC Choral Society Plans Big Move to Anaheim

2013-11-10

Updates Today

2013-09-26

Art for Others’ Sake

2013-08-26

Sacred Arts Festival Moves Into 1st Gear

2013-07-17

Looking Back at the Last Few Months

2013-06-20

Why Arts And Humanities Matter

2013-05-29

Catch-up Time

2013-05-04

From STEM to STEAM

2013-04-18

Grant opportunities for older artists

2013-04-08

Arts Council Theatre Night Out

2013-04-08

The Taste of the Arts is Back

2013-03-25

Arts Council Ponders After School Arts Classes

2013-03-25

Congrats to Anaheim Ballet

2013-03-05

Public Forum on After School Arts Education

2013-02-15

Well Deserved Recognition for Becky Areias

2012-12-18

New Performing Arts Center - a Call to the City

2012-11-29

Reflections on the Fall Festival and the Art Crawl

2012-11-24

Champion for the Arts, 2013 - the Race Begins!

2012-11-23

Editor's Pick - What To See Over The Holidays

2012-10-24

Come Together Gets Props in City Council

2012-09-25

What's On In Anaheim?

2012-09-03

The Quest for AIPP

2012-06-30

Wind of Change for Arts Council

2012-06-30

When The Arts Feel The Pinch

2012-05-31

Children’s Festival 20 Years Old

2012-05-05

Hoagy Holguin named as Champion of the Arts

2012-04-27

Wine and Cheese Soiree at the Anaheim White House

2012-04-14

CI Music 'Wows' Arts Council

2011-12-09

Nutcracker Opens December 10th. What a treat!

2011-12-02

Photochemical Art Drips With Strange Noir

2011-11-13

The Heritage Forum: an Opinion

2011-10-16

Art in Public Places

2011-09-01

Bruno Gives Huge Boost to Local Non-Profits

2011-08-17

The Living Tradition Sets Out Full Program

2011-08-07

The Art Crawl Cometh

2011-06-04

Scholarship Winners Share Their Art

2011-05-19

Our invitation to YOU – join our summer party at Battle of the Dance

2011-05-03

Artists Wanted!

2011-03-14

Arts EXPO! Hailed a Success

2011-03-05

Did the News Disappear?

2011-02-13

Arts EXPO! Planned for March

2011-02-02

New Art Experience in Downtown

2011-01-09

An Hour of Inspiration

2011-01-06

Board Member hit by Police Car

2010-11-12

Awards for Art in Public Places

2010-11-07

Gallery Opens in Downtown Anaheim

Arts Funding To Be Eliminated!

By Arts OC, 2017-03-16

Dear Orange County Arts-Lover, 

Today, the Trump Administration announced its proposed budget for FY2018.  As feared, it has taken the unprecedented action of calling for the entire elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), as well as the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

These cuts will have a profound impact upon the arts nationwide, in California--and for Orange County, which receives hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding from these agencies.

We must fight this!

Arts Orange County has linked arms with the Arts Action Fund of Americans for the Arts to #SaveTheNEA which is gathering hundreds of arts leaders at next week's National Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C.  Also, Arts Orange County was part of a separate delegation of California arts leaders that paid a visit to the Capitol in January with leaders of other western states, organized by WESTAF, to meet with our elected officials in Congress. 

Arts & culture have many friends in Congress on BOTH sides of the aisle, and we have a real chance to reverse this ill-conceived proposal by the White House to eliminate the small but important investments made by the federal government.

But this can only be accomplished if we all rise to voice our concerns!

NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION, and our friends at Arts Action Fund have made this very easy to do here.

PLEASE inform your colleagues, friends, family and social media networks by sharing this Action Alert with them and asking them to speak up for arts & culture.

Together we will prevail!

ARTS ORANGE COUNTY



 
March at the MUZEO

By Carol Latham, 2017-03-01

The Bring your Lunch and Learn series continues on Wednesday, March  8  with Dr. Marjorie Miles, DCH,MFT.  She is an Author, Dream Coach and Creative Writing Mentor, has been interviewed on the radio and has appeared on television and in film. She is a well-known dream expert, featured with director Wes Craven, in the documentary movie, Night Terrors. As a writer, and former psychology professor, Dr. Marjorie loves helping people bring their unique voice and story to life. A gifted teacher from Huntington Beach, she is listed in “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers”.

Marjorie fulfills her passion for self-expression as a poet, spoken word artist, workshop presenter and “muse mentor”. She is the author of the inspiring memoir, Healing Haikus—A Poetic Prescription for Surviving Cancer. Additionally, she facilitates the bi-weekly “Writing with Your Inner Dream Muse” group and offers dream interpretation sessions by phone.

Time 11:30 – 12:30. Arrive by 11:15 AM as this free program starts promptly at 11:30 and concludes at 12:30. Feel free to bring your lunch and enjoy it during the presentation. Park in the 90 minute or 2 hour parking. RSVP to clatham@muzeo,org. 

On Thursday, March 16th  the Open Book Author's series will feature David Grant Wright, who was diagnosed, in February 1993 with a  very rare form of cancer. With Flying Colors chronicles the next year of his life on the road to recovery. His touching story moves from the trying times of intense chemotherapy to the lighter side of hospital life, and beyond into the wonders of life itself. From Angels to Jell-O, magazines to medicine, David discusses it all in his frank and funny way. Acclaimed by medical professionals, care givers, patients, spiritual leaders, educators, and many others, With Flying Colors is a true story of survival that will stay with This Open Book Author's Series is offered free to the community and starts at 6 PM and concludes at 8 PM. The program includes readings, open discussion, an opportunity to purchase books and have them signed by the author. RSVPs appreciated. All RSVP requested for the free events to be directed to clatham@muzeo.org.

In the Carnegie Galleries the spaces will be transformed into a tea room and will provide a variety of tea experiences. Some will be traditional while others will included fashion shows and presentations by Milliner, Mela Hoyt-Heydon, who designs and produces period Millinery for the entertainment industry. Her hats can be seen in the films Vanity Fair, Emma, Jefferson in Paris, Persuasion, North and South, the Aviator and most recently, Comanche Moon.  Locally she has created costumes for Disney, Princess and Sitmar Cruise Lines, The Globe Theater, Moonlight Amphitheater, Beverly Hills Playhouse, Long Beach Playhouse, Stages, 3DTheatricals, and Westbeat.

In the Main Muzeo Gallery, we are proud to showcase 'Dressing Downton' ~ Changing Fashions for Changing Times'. This is the only West Coast viewing opportunity of this exquisite collection of costumes from the very popular PBS television series Downton Abbey.  Reservations are required for the docent led tours.

For more information on these and other programs, to arrange a docent led tour,  etc., call [714] 956-8936 or visit the website at www.muzeo.org   The Muzeo is located at 241 So. Anaheim Blvd., at corner with Broadway.  Parking is available in the parking structure. Park beyond the gate and obtain a  parking voucher. Validation available at the gift shop. The Muzeo is open Tuesday-Sunday with regular hours 10 AM to 5 PM.



 


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