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Fullerton Observer(download PDF) - Downtown Hearts for Art Benefits “All the Kids” by Mabel Tsui

The All the Arts for All the Kids Foundation will host its annual “Pins, Pots and Possibilities” auction at the Fullerton Downtown Plaza from6pm to 10pm, Saturday, October 30, 2010. This year the unique fiberglass hearts currently on display throughout downtown Fullerton will be available for auction, in addition to the approximately 250 pieces of art created by local artists. “The Artists’ Pin Auction is an annual event, but this is the first time that we have done the ‘All the Hearts for All the Kids’ project,” said Foundation Director Lauralyn Eschner. . . more > >


. . . PacMin designed the tool and manufactured all of the hearts.    Working with artist Katherine England, who created the heart shape concept, PacMin engineer Daniel Baca took her hand made prototype and translated it into 3D CAD.   Some changes to the design were made on computer before cutting a 12 inch or 30 cm tall model of the heart on one of our CNC machines.  After viewing the prototype, small additional subtle changes were made on the computer before a full size, 59" x 46" x 19" inch pattern was machined. . . more >>




Hearts of Fullerton

Mark Stouffer posted on September 02, 2010 21:22


We have acquired these never-before-seen exclusive photographs for your viewing pleasure. On Friday these hearts will be distributed all around town, but you are getting to see them first. Enjoy.



City of Fullerton Museum

All the Hearts for All the Kids

The City of Fullerton will be wearing its heart…er, hearts…on its sleeve in September and October in an effort to raise funds for art programs for children.

Beginning Friday, Sept. 3, 18 over-sized heart sculptures began appearing on streets and medians in downtown Fullerton as part of a special fund-raising campaign titled “All the Hearts for All the Kids.” . . . .

city of fullerton

Fullerton Stories

Heart Art

Local Artist Denise Marshall left her heart in Fullerton, but it’s a good thing. Nineteen other artists did the same thing. This week kicks off the annual fundraising drive for the All the Arts Foundation in Fullerton, which brings arts programs to the schools.  The hearts will be auctioned off at the October Pin Auction held in the Downtown Plaza. All proceeds go to support the foundation. 


Fullerton Stories
Video by Davis Barber/

The Daily Pilot

Putting the 'art' in 'heart'

Local artist sands, primes and paints on acrylic for education fundraising efforts in Fullerton.

The Daily Pilot
Rebecca Faubion stands with her heart for the arts.
(Courtesy Carolin Peters, Daily Pilot / September 2, 2010)


Cal State Fullerton Article

Big Heart for Art

Alumni, Artists and Community Rally to Support Fullerton School District Arts Program

August 31, 2010
By Mimi Ko Cruz

Lauralyn Escher
Lauralyn Eschner with artist Katherine England's mosaic heart at Fullerton City Hall.
Photo by Karen Tapia


The Fullerton Chamber of Commerce

"Heart" of Downtown Fullerton

by Katrina Presto on September 2, 2010
Beginning Friday, September 3, 18 over-sized heart sculptures will begin appearing on streets and medians in downtown Fullerton as part of a special fundraising campaign entitled “All the Hearts for All the Kids.” . . .



The Laguna Beach Independent


Laguna artists Bobbie Boyd and Laurel Sternberg contribute Hearts for the Arts, 6-8 p.m. artists’ reception, with wine and live music. Fullerton Museum Center, 301 N. Pomona Ave, Fullerton.

Artist Laurel Sternberg’s “Heart for the Arts”
at Fullerton’s Art Walk.


The Orange County Register

Artists give their hearts
to Fullerton kids

By Adam Townsend

Published: Sept. 3, 2010
Updated: 3:06 p.m.

Story Highlights:
Fullerton School District arts programs to benefit from 20 hearts popping up around town.

Orange County Register
Photo courtesy Orange County Register