All the Chuck Jones Gallery Events

The below events have limited space and require a phone RSVP at:
(888) 294-9880
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 Wednesday, July 23

Dreamwork’s How to Train Your Dragon 2: 7pm-10pm
Kick off San Diego Comic-Con the right way by swooping in to see Hiccup, Toothless, and his friends from How to Train Your Dragon 2. Exclusive, exhibition artwork from the Dreamworks film will be on display and available for purchase. Special guest artists from the film will also be on site to discuss their work and sign dedications for artwork acquired. This Facebook Event Page has additional details.

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Thursday, July 24th

“Whats Up Doc?”7pm – 10pm
The Chuck Jones Smithsonian preview event with limited edition artwork by Academy Award Winning Animator and Director, Chuck Jones. The Gallery will host special guest, Craig Kausen, Chuck’s grandson! The gallery is also excited about teaming up with creative artists from Girls Drawing Girls! More info on the Facebook Event Page.

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Friday, July 25th

Fabio Napoleoni7pm-10pm
What the heart wants and the heart needs can be found in a Fabio Napoleoni painting. Mr. Napoleoni will be exhibiting his limited editions and originals, and will be available to sign and dedicate pieces that are acquired at the event. More info on this Facebook Event page.Fabio Napoleoni Chuck Jones Gallery

Saturday, July 26th

Fabio Napoleoni: 1pm-4pm – Dynamic artist Fabio Napoleoni will be on hand to perform an artist demo, and exhibit his popular works. Facebook Event Page

Mike Kungl: 8pm-10pm
Warner Bros, Star Wars, and Disney licensed artist, Mike Kungl comes to the gallery with a phenomenal exhibition of his work. Mr. Kungl’s pieces will be available for purchase. Dedications and remarques by Mr. Kungl will be available for artwork acquired at the event. More info on the Facebook Event page.

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Sunday, July 27th

Bob Singer: 1pm-3pm
Mr. Singer is one of the last men standing from the golden age of animation! He worked with Chuck Jones as an in-betweener on several Looney Tunes cartoons and eventually found his way to Hanna Barbera where he was a layout artist for the Flinstones, Jetsons,Scooby Doo, Superfriends and Johnny Quest. Bob Singer’s artwork will be on exhibition as well as available for purchase. More info on the Facebook Event page.

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