The Art of Brea: History through Visual Expression An Orange County Community

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On exhibition July 7, 2014 - October 30, 2014, in the Second Floor East Terrace of Pollak Library.


About the Curator

The Brea Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the rich history of Brea and its region. Through the Brea Museum and Heritage Center, the Society provides a place for education, investigation, research, and community gatherings. The Society encourages students, citizens, and visitors alike to explore our many histories, our roots, and to uncover the events, people, and stories that have shaped Brea in the past and continue to shape it into the future.

About the Exhibit

This exhibition, curated by the Brea Museum and Heritage Center, displays the visual creativity used to communicate personal and public interpretations of the past, present, and future of Brea, Fullerton's neighbor to the north. It is the goal of this exhibition to help visitors think through a new, imaginative lens about the relationship between local history and community art.

For more information about the Brea Museum & Heritage Center, visit us online at www.breamuseum.org or find us on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter!

Acknowledgements

The staff and volunteers of the Brea Museum and Heritage Center would like to thank the Pollak Library, Cal State Fullerton's History Department, and its Public History Program. In particular, we would like to thank the efforts of CSUF students Ana Chavez, Jael Muller, and Josh Cawley.

Exhibit Location

On exhibition July 7, 2014 - October 30, 2014, in the Second Floor East Terrace of Pollak Library .