Oil Spill Art

A 12-foot replica of the Exxon Valdez reflects on the ecological impact of the tanker's 1989 oil spill in Alaska's Prince William Sound. The terracotta sculpture was created in 1992 by alumnus David K. Morgan. It is on display in the Titan Student Union.

Witness to Wildfire

The university's Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary is the site of an exhibit showcasing the Center for Oral and Public History's “Gone Through Fire: Modjeska and Silverado Canyons and the 2007 Santiago Fire” oral history project.

Dirty Hands, White Gloves

Curator Amanda Tewes created the current exhibit at the Fullerton Arboretum’s Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei Heritage Museum, on display through November, to “get you to rethink Victorian history.”

Love Me, Tees Me

T-shirts displaying a wide range of expression can be found in CSUF’s Grand Central Art Center exhibit, “Love Me, Tees Me,” curated by Alyssa Cordova and Krystal Glasman, through July 25.

Querer es Poder

CSUF’s award-winning photo exhibit, “Querer es Poder: 50 Examples” is on display in Pollak Library. The photographs, taken by Ed Carreón, showcase some of the university’s successful Latino graduates.

Seeing Satan

“100 Artists See Satan,” a survey of contemporary artists and their interpretation of the supreme demon, is on exhibit at the Grand Central Art Center through Aug. 15. Admission is free and a reception will be held July 3.

Healing Power of Art

“Art 4 Health III,” an exhibit showcasing the connection between art and health is on display through July in the Student Health and Counseling Center on campus. The pieces are by 25 CSUF students and alumni.

Campus Collection

Check out Cal State Fullerton’s 35 sculptures on display throughout campus. Here is an alphabetical listing the artists, descriptions of the work, acquisition dates and locations where the pieces reside.