Dear Artists and Friends of the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity,
Preparations are underway for the Seventh Annual Red Dot Auction benefiting the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, scheduled for Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, 2017.
Today we’re writing to ask you to donate a work of art to this year’s Seventh Annual Red Dot Auction.
This year we’re changing up the six sections and giving each section a broad theme. They are:
Gaze into the eyes of your loved one or your best friend as you paint their portrait or express the colors of your heart through brushstrokes. Best Valentine's Day gift ever!
Delicious martinis and appetizers will be served as we paint 12" x 12" canvases to the iconic music of love. Bring your plus one and come exercise your genius with us. Enjoy a creative, fun, and entertaining evening!
Autism Resource Mom, a local Orange County organization that provides support, guidance and hope for parents of children with autism, held a year-end creativity workshop for their children (and themselves) at the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity on Monday, December 5th. Debora Smith, founder of ARM, had this to say about the evening:
On Saturday, December 3rd at noon, Craig Kausen, the grandson of animator and Oscar-winning director Chuck Jones, will give a special presentation in the Music Room of the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center where he will discuss his grandfather’s work.
Craig Kausen, chairman of the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity traveled to Huntsville, Alabama to deliver a talk to museum patrons on Thursday, November 17. The Huntsville Museum of Art is currently hosting the Smithsonian's touring exhibit, "What's Up, Doc? The Animated Art of Chuck Jones" (through January 22, 2017. It's fifth stop in its travels around the United States since the exhibit opened in New York City in July of 2014.