Posted 10/30/2012

Meet “Simpsons” storyboard artist and director, Stephen Reis, on Saturday, November 3, 2012, beginning at 10 AM. He’ll lead a workshop on creating storyboards and character development during the Center’s “The Great, Grand Chuck Jones Family Happening!” This event is free and open to the public and will end at 1PM. The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity is located at 3321 Hyland Ave., Costa Mesa in Orange County’s hippest new gathering place, South Coast Collection (SoCo).

Posted 10/19/2012

One of the attendees at the Center's recent fall fundraiser, Creativity Season, Laura Tanimoto, along with her mother, Lisa, sent the Center's Council president, Tracy Tanner, a wonderful thank-you note that they've graciously allowed us to share with all of you. Laura is a film studies student here in Orange County and supports the Center's efforts to reinvigorate the creative spirit in all of us. The card reads:

Dear Tracy Tanner,

Posted 09/20/2012


Can't make it to Saturday's Creativity Season, but would still like to contribute by bidding on a live auction item? Worry no longer! Our six live auction items are listed below. If you'd like to bid on them, email with the item # and your top bid, contact information and we'll bid for you!

Posted 08/31/2012

On Friday, September 21st at 8 PM at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, CA the Chuck Jones Centennial Celebration Film Festival will be an evening devoted to honoring the artist who brought to life such famous cartoon characters as Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Pepé le Pew, Marvin Martian, and Marc Anthony. Hosted by the family of Chuck Jones, the evening will include reminiscences from noted artists* whose careers and lives have been impacted by Chuck Jones and the work he created. The Alex Theatre is located at 216 Brand Boulevard, Glendale, CA 91203.

Posted 08/22/2012

Join the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity and the Center for Living Peace for Saturday morning cartoons & quick draw the first Saturday of the month beginning September 1st! Chapman University professor of animation, Doug Lothers, will lead aspiring artists on a journey of creativity. Suggested donation $1.00 to $5.00.