Upcoming events at Cal State Fullerton – Orange County Register

Through Sept. 17

Art

“The Duel,” by Sean David Christensen, an experimental visualization of manic depression. The work is based on a true story by actress Lili Taylor, whose father struggled with the disorder. At CSUF’s Grand Central Art Center, 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana. Free. Info: 714-567-7233, grandcentralartcenter.com

Michael Nannery’s “The Fountain”, an installation that includes an aquatic garden and will provide a space for contemplation within the center. The installation will be developed over the course of the exhibition. At CSUF’s Grand Central Art Center, 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana. Free. Info: 714-567-7233, grandcentralartcenter.com

Through Aug. 13

Art

“Davy Sumner: Tines”: Based on an 1859 experiment by German Scientist Franz Melde, “Tines” are tuning forks that are vibrated by precisely directed magnetic fields. Pulsing a strong electromagnet at the resonant frequency of a tuning fork causes it to start oscillating (and producing sound). The deer-like sculptures act as resonators to increase the audibility of the tuning forks, amplifying their otherwise faint tones into raw materials for a digitally constructed audio composition. At CSUF’s Grand Central Art Center, 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana. Free. Info: 714-567-7233, grandcentralartcenter.com

“Lucio Muniain: Are You Skeptical?”: Mexico City based artist Muniain’s work depicts gruesome realities ripped from everyday press, redelivered by the artist in a loose style of hand drawn figures and objects, accompanied by text phrases — street language, slang and cynical observations the artist creates. At CSUF’s Grand Central Art Center, 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana. Free. Info: 714-567-7233, grandcentralartcenter.com

 

Through Aug. 10

OLLI class

The World, Its Resources and Humankind — Learn about the history, economics and politics of the world’s natural resources, including water, food, lumber, metals, minerals and types of energy. The class is taught by Edgar M. Moran, UCI professor emeritus of medicine, and meets Thursdays from 1:15-2:45 p.m. Presented by Cal State Fullerton’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). At Cal State Fullerton’s Ruby Gerontology Center in the Mackey Auditorium at 800 N. State College Blvd. Free and open to the public. For more information: olli.fullerton.edu, 657-278-2446.

Through Aug. 9

OLLI class

History of Rock ‘n’ Roll — Discover the politics behind the evolution of music genres, such as blues, rockabilly,…

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