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Education & Docent Programs

Education & Docent Programs


$12 general / $10 members ages 7 - 12 (at the top under Super Tuesdays)

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Participants in “Super Tuesdays” will create a new art piece every week, inspired by “Pressing Matters: 500 Years of Wine Art From the Sterling Vineyards Print Portfolio*”. This exhibit shows the many ways in which artists have used wine as subject matter. “Pressing Matters” presents examples of the printmaker’s craft as well as a cultural appreciation of wine through centuries of art. We will be using drawing and print techniques made famous by artists in the exhibit, including Daumier, Currier and Ives, and Picasso.

June 28 - Botanical Drawing
Learn how art informs science and vise versa. We will observe leaves, flowers, fruits, and twigs up close using a magnifying lens and microscope, then describe what we see through ink drawing.

July 5 - Monoprints
Learn the basics of printmaking and create a one-of- a-kind color print using printer’s inks, plexiglass, paper, and surprising special effects.

July 12 - Linocuts
We will print off of pre cut lino blocks to create an abstract pattern or a scene. Then, using cutting tools on special linoleum squares, we will create an original block print as a group.

July 19 - Lithographs
We will view lithographs by master artists, handle traditional tools, and create original nature drawings using a paper lithography technique.

Refund Policy for Super Tuesdays Workshops: A credit toward another class may be received, if cancellations are made 48 hours in advance before your scheduled workshop. In order to keep our admission prices low, no refunds will be issued for art workshops.

Family Thursdays Art Workshops

Hey kids! Join the museum staff for our Family Thursdays art workshops held on the first Thursday of every month in conjunction with the Fullerton Market through Oct. 20.

For a $3 admission each participant receives a:

  • Hands-on art activity
  • One free admission for one adult and one child to the museum’s current exhibit.

    July 7 - Scratchboard Art! Create a unique work of art by scratching away a black surface to reveal rainbow colors underneath!

    August 4 – Stained Glass Window Charms!Get inspired by the museum’s windows from the famed Judson Stained Glass Studios, and create a mini glass ornament to take home!

    September 1 - Faux Effects! Ccome learn fabulous faux finishes: sponge painting, marbling, antiquing and more!

    October 6 - Bright Ideas! Give your room a face lift with decorative switch plates!

    Hands-on workshops related to our current exhibit “Pressing Matters: 500 Years of Wine Art”. Fee includes all class materials and admission to the exhibition. Prepaid registration is required. Children must be at least 7 years old.

    Art Camp – “The Art of Nature”

    Art meets earth science in a fun-filled week of creativity at FMC!
    Students will be introduced to various fine arts media and also learn about plants, animals, and even a smattering of astronomy! We will be creating original works of art in charcoal, watercolor, acrylics, stones, clay, photography, and mixed media. Live animal guests will be visiting to model for us!

    Instructor Aimee Aul

    Session 1 for young artists entering grades 1,2,3
    August 1 - 5
    9:00 - 12:00

    Session 2 for young artists entering grades 4,5,6
    August 8-12
    9:00 - 12:00

    Cost $135 per child includes all supplies, exhibit admission and a daily light snack Prepaid registration is required. Please complete the attached registration form.

    Art Camp registration form pdf file

    Saturday Studio: Art Around the World

    Every Saturday in October
    9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
    Cost is $80 per child (materials included)
    Ages 6 – 10

    Instructor Aimee Aul encourages young artists, in grades 1 - 5, to explore various media and art techniques inspired by traditional arts of Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas, through exploration, demonstration, and instruction. Have fun doing printmaking, drawing, painting, clay, and maskmaking! Pre-registration and payment is required. Call the Museum at 714-738-6545 to register.

    Project Discovery

    A year-round school and community group tour program. Tours include participatory experiences for students in the museum gallery and a reinforcement of the education concepts through the hands-on art activity. Program is available Tues., Thurs., and Fri. mornings from 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and is free to all schools in the Fullerton School District. There is a nominal fee of $3 per student for schools from outside the Fullerton School District.




  • Part-time unpaid internships for junior and senior high school students are available. Please contact education coordinator Aimee Aul for more information and to receive an application.

    Docent Opportunities

  • Interested in giving school tours and working with children? Then becoming a museum docent is for you! A new docent class begins in October. Apply today by contacting education coordinator Aimee Aul for more information and to receive an application.