By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (RAFFMA) at California State University, San Bernardino presents RAFFMA @ Home!
During the temporary closure of campus and the museum due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the museum staff is working diligently to still create relevant and meaningful cultural experiences. Below you will find enriching content to listen, watch, learn and browse.
Take a visual audio tour of RAFFMA’s current and permanent exhibitions. The tours are an in-depth walk-through of the exhibition by the curator/artist.
- Endomorphism by David B. Jang
- Golden West? Jan Sawka’s California Dream
- Journey to the Beyond – showcasing RAFFMA’s permanent Egyptian collection
Exhibition Archive – plus more coming soon:
In conjunction with the Golden West? exhibition, RAFFMA hosted a panel discussion with co-curators Hanna Maria Sawka and Frank Boyer. They discussed the major events in the life and career of Jan Sawka and discuss the thematic threads woven together to create the fabric of Jan Sawka’s California Dream. Watch the Golden West discussion on YouTube.
Many may have little ones at home during this time or you may just be looking for some indoor activities. RAFFMA offers art activities along with each school group tour we offer, but we have now made some of those activities available to you digitally!
Downloadable resources are available at the RAFFMA Teacher Resources web page.
Take a look at what RAFFMA currently has on view from the comfort of your home. RAFFMA also has an extensive online database of over 950 pieces! Browse and learn more about Ancient Egypt, Mediterranean, Asian Ceramic, African Art or Contemporary Art.
Stay connected with RAFFMA on all social platforms as we work to make more resources available for RAFFMA @ HOME. For all resources mentioned, please visit the RAFFMA @Home web page.
The Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art, nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, houses a collection that includes Egyptian antiquities, ceramics and contemporary art, and hosts ca. 10-12 temporary exhibitions a year. Located at Cal State San Bernardino, RAFFMA presents the largest public display of ancient Egyptian art in Southern California.
Visit the RAFFMA website for more information.