The Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University, housing one of the world's most extensive collections of California narrative art, will open its doors on February 23. This event follows a series of special previews for students, residents, artists, and global influencers. The museum's expansion, a three-year project, has increased its size from 7,500 to 22,000 square feet. It will feature 26 galleries in a new two-building complex, showcasing over 5,000 artworks, alongside a café, a community room, a research library, and an outdoor courtyard with native gardens.
Tickets for the world's most popular musical, LES MISÉRABLES, are now on sale. Presented by Cameron Mackintosh, this critically acclaimed production by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg will grace the stage of Costa Mesa's Segerstrom Center for the Arts from September 19 to October 1, 2023.
Crystal Cove Conservancy, in partnership with Crystal Cove State Park, is hosting exciting summer art events starting June 21. Experience the century-long tradition of art at Crystal Cove State Park through various activities. From painting on the beach to meeting local artists, art enthusiasts can immerse themselves in the living history of art at Crystal Cove. Crystal Cove State Park has a rich art history that spans over 100 years. Artists continue to visit each year to paint the picturesque cottages, ocean-side bluffs, and sandy beaches en plein air—on-site, in the open air.
Summertime is the perfect time to come and enjoy the District at Tustin Legacy’s Color Rain Sky Installation! Watch in awe as the colors move with the wind and shine in the sun. It's the perfect backdrop for selfies and videos! Bring the whole family and your furry friends. Don't miss out-it's only here through Labor Day Weekend!