I was the guest cartoonist at the grand opening of “What’s Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones” at the EMP Museum in Seattle this Saturday, June 13, 2015. My role there was primarily to draw. I was there to do what I know and love, draw comics. In this case, comics with a Chuck Jones theme. I was simply there to express as much as I could about what I know and love about the world of Chuck Jones. Yikes! Where to begin? Well, one rabbit ear at a time.
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A Recap to ‘What’s Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones’ at the EMP Museum in Seattle From a Cartoonist’s Perspective
Chuck Jones Animation Exhibit at EMP Museum in Seattle (Opening Day Celebration Saturday, June 13, 2015)
I am so honored to be a part of this amazing event. June 13th will be the opening day celebration for a very special Chuck Jones animation exhibit at EMP Museum in Seattle: What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones.
Opening January 31, 2015, EMP Museum in Seattle presents “Rebel, Jedi, Princess, Queen: Star Wars™ and the Power of Costume,” a lavish and spectacular collection of iconic costumes from the first six Star Wars films, a total of 60 costumes on display. There are nine parts to the exhibit, ranging from Jedi and Sith costumes to Senate regalia to Darth Vader’s “iconic” suit. The displays will be supplemented by “digital flipbooks” with multimedia features and two short films about costume design, one focusing on Padmé Amidala. The exhibit marks a 12-city national tour that begins at EMP, where it will be on view January 31 through October 4, 2015. Special exhibition price applies. More details follow, including a grand opening event on January 30, 2014. Visit our friends at EMP right here.