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Posted 05/25/2017

Learn from the best!

In conjunction with the Art Institute of Orange County, the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity is pleased to present a storyboard workshop with John Ramirez at the Art Institute of Orange County on Saturday, July 8 and Saturday, July 15, 2017 from 9 AM to 12 PM. The workshop on the 8th is designed for students 13 and younger; the one on the 15th for students, ages 14-19. The workshops are limited to only 24 participants. Reserve your space today by clicking here

Posted 05/23/2017

Words Alive, a leading literacy organization, provides integrative literary programming within 16 classrooms in Momentum Learning (formerly Juvenile Court & Community Schools), which includes a book club, writing program and annual arts project. Through this comprehensive programming, students experience attitudinal shifts toward reading, their education and futures, in addition to building upon their vocabulary, critical thinking, literary analysis and soft-skills.

Posted 05/22/2017

We continue our children's drawing classes during the summer with an 8-week hands-on introduction to the six elements of art. Students will learn drawing techniques inspired by Chuck Jones. No experience necessary.

Monday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:00 PM beginning June 5th at the Center, 3321 Hyland Ave., Suite A, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 in SoCo (South Coast Collection)

Click here to order this class

Posted 05/10/2017

Wow! What an incredible couple of days! Thank you to all of our contributing artists for sharing your creativity with the Center and thank you to all of our winning bidders, donors, and sponsors who helped make the seventh annual Red Dot Auction the success it was! Bravo!

All of the artists have been identified in the catalog at ChuckJonesCenter.org/RedDot. Check out who did what work!

Posted 04/03/2017

The Pulitzer Prize-winning and world-renowned political cartoonist, Herblock, was a fan of Chuck Jones. So much so, that he called Jones up one day in the summer of 1978 and introduced himself. They spent several hours on the phone and became life-long friends. This is part of letter that Chuck Jones wrote to Herblock a few days after that initial phone conversation.

Dear Herb Block,

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