Cal State Fullerton’s Begovich Gallery, Grand Central Art Center and MUZEO Museum & Cultural Center remain closed. But they are collaborating on a two-part exhibit making use of public space.
Jennifer Frias, director and curator of the Begovich Gallery, was familiar with artist William Camargo’s work and kept thinking about the photography series throughout the summer when protests put social injustices on the forefront of peoples’ minds.
“It was very fitting and I saw his work as not just photographs. They’re educational tools, a form of activism or also a form of outreach,” said Frias.
Together they figured out a creative way to put on an exhibit accessible to the public, no matter the county’s COVID-19 tier status. Continue reading in the Daily Pilot.