Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

In 1972, Fullerton College initiated a very successful Artist-in-Residence Program. During the first week of April 1973, Nathan Oliveira, a distinguished American artist and the college’s first Artist-in-Residence, offered open studio demonstrations of his techniques, which were viewed by hundreds of students in Room 1004 of the Home Economics-Fine Art Building. In addition to his demonstrations, Oliveira spoke to art classes and gave a special lecture for the public in the Campus Theatre. Other artists who participated in the program in the 1970s included Peter Alexander, Dimitri Hadzi, Jose Luis Cuevas, Jack Beal, and Joseph Raffael.
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