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The newest addition to Fullerton's Public Art is Jun Blanco's "A City Rich in History," paying homage to Fullerton's agricultural and early industrial past.

Fullerton has a rich history of public art, from historic WPA (Works Progress Administration 1935 – 1943) pieces on view in the city’s downtown, to contemporary masterworks by local and regional artists.

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.

The City’s Public Art Committee is made up of 15 members representing the Fullerton Museum Center Board of Trustees, the Redevelopment Design Review Committee, Redevelopment Project Area 2 Committee, the Downtown Business Association, and the Parks and Recreation Commission. Since its inception in 1996 the Committee has produced 10 original, large scale public art works that are now part of the City’s Public Art Collection, as well as spearheading major restoration of two existing works: the Lemon Park which were extensively restored in 1996,and Flight, which was cleaned, lit, and repaired in 2002.

For more information on Public Art call the Fullerton Museum at (714) 738-6545.