The Maverick Theater prepares to reopen with live comic readings using foley sound effects and other fun elements.
Opera student Antonio Serrano shares his experience as a musical student having to perform and learn through Zoom.
Saturday’s faculty-led workshops consisted of many virtual workshops and culminated with awards and student recognitions.
Three instructors within the Fullerton College Theatre Arts Department speak on the trials and tribulations of being a woman within the world of theatre.
A profile on multimedia artist Michelle Sider surrounding her style, methods and Women’s History Month.
Professors from the music department opened up on what it means to be a woman in music and expanded on how they’ve used their experiences to shape teaching in the classroom while supporting other women.
The art department instructors address their efforts to acknowledge women, further the diversity in art history and cultivating a culture of building each other up.
Nearly three decades of collaboration come to an end with six Grammys and millions of fans across the world.
In an effort to expose the fantastic and awe-inspiring world view of drone technology, Southern California held its first-ever virtual drone film festival.
The Disney+ original show “WandaVision” is closing one door, but opening others for many Marvel Cinematic Universe projects to come.
Festival coordinator Alex Eastman explained all the changes being made for this year’s event.
The virtual exhibition is part of the college’s Artist-in Residence Program featuring works by local emerging artists.
Celebrate local classical musicians with The Muckenthaler in the free seven-week Classical Music Series live stream event starting this Thursday.
Fine Arts professors talk about what they learned over the past year and the lessons they will take as Fullerton College prepares the move to hybrid learning for the fall.
The dramatic Netflix film starring Viola Davis and the late Chadwick Boseman depicts the everyday experience of being an African American performer in the 1920s.
Stand-up comedian Matt Cole hosted a comedy show where locals laughed at adult humor and enjoyed tacos with a fresh brew