The Millard Sheets Center for the Arts
at Fairplex (MSCAF) is a NON-PROFIT
organization that has produced exhibits
and educational programs for the L.A.
County Fair since 1922, with an audience
of nearly 1.4 million in recent years.
Aided by the Works Progress
Administration, the Center's 12,000
square-foot gallery was built in 1937.
The Center was named in honor of the
influential Pomona artist and educator
Millard Sheets, who held a 25-year
tenure as Director of Fine Arts at the
Fair. MSCAF presents contemporary as
well as historical art in various styles
and media including painting,
photography, sculpture, textiles, video,
ceramics, drawing, architecture, and
design.Year-round programs have have included
panel discussions, formal art-making
classes, film screenings, and special
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