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  • WA – Before Tomorrowland Signing

    b4_tomorrowlandJonathan Case and Jeff Jensen appear at the University Book Store on Sunday May 3, 2015 at 3:00 PM to sign Before Tomorrowland!

    Shrouded in mystery and intrigue, Disney’s Tomorrowland is one of the most anticipated movie releases of the summer. Based on its spellbinding world, the deluxe novel Before Tomorrowland reveals the origins of how Tomorrowland came to be. Set in 1939, the exciting story brings together a secret society of geniuses about to reveal an incredible discovery, a half-man, half-machine determined to stop them, a mother and son on vacation at the World’s Fair, and a comic book—brought to life in a 20-page full-color insert—that thrusts them into the crossfires of conspiracy. Joining us for a discussion and signing, Jonathan Case and Jeff Jensen, two of the book’s authors and illustrators, will introduce the exciting story and invite us all into its captivating world.

    Jonathan Case is an artist and writer based in Portland, Oregon. His work includes the graphic novel, Dear Creature, illustrations for the Batman ’66 comics, and art for multiple Dark Horse Comics publications, such as The Green River Killer, The Guild, and House of Night. His art is also featured in the Eisner Award-winning anthology, Comic Book Tattoo.

    Jeff Jensen is a senior writer for Entertainment Weekly. His true crime graphic novel, The Green River Killer: A True Detective Story garnered rave reviews, including the following quote from Stephen King: “Terrific. It’s got the scariest opening sequence I’ve read in years, and the novel as a whole makes compelling stay-up-late reading. Great, creepy stuff.”

    University Book Store
    4326 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

    CA – Pixar Animation Studios Tour

    Press Release:

    incredible1The Cartoon Art Museum, the only museum in the western United States dedicated to all forms of cartoons and comics, is delighted to host its tenth annual benefit at Pixar Animation Studios on Saturday, May 17, 2014, from 2 to 8 p.m. Beginning with the 1986 release of its iconic short film Luxo Jr. to last year’s box office hit Monsters University, Pixar has charmed the world with its incredible computer animated creations. This year, we welcome you to experience the magic of Pixar up close and personal at the studio’s Emeryville home.

    Guests may tour the studio’s main gallery and view pre-production artwork from Monsters University. In addition, Pixar artists will be on hand conducting drawing demonstrations. You may purchase special Pixar apparel and merchandise at the Studio Store as well as bid on original and signed art by Pixar animators and other auction prizes. The event also features a 10th anniversary celebration of the Academy Award-winning feature The Incredibles with several of the film’s creators in the studio’s state-of-the-art theater hosted by Dr. Michael B. Johnson (Pixarian and CAM board member), who will lead a Q&A session with the filmmakers in the Steve Jobs Theater, including:

    Brad Bird, Writer & Director

    Mark Andrews, Head of Story

    Tony Fucile, Supervising Animator

    Andrew Jimenez, Director of Photography

    Ted Mathot, Storyboard Artist

    • Kevin O’Brien, Storyboard Artist

    Please note: Guests are confirmed, however, an unexpected cancellation is always possible.

    The event also features light snacks, treats, and will conclude with a wine and dessert reception by the Luxo Cafe staff with a live auction of a variety of original art and signed memorabilia.

    Tickets are $500 per person, $450 for members of the Cartoon Art Museum. (Become a museum member and save!)

    Purchase one discounted ticket with a Senior/Student Membership, up to two with an Individual Membership, up to four with a Family Membership, up to six with a Friend Membership, and seven or more with a Patron, Sponsor and Benefactor Memberships.) Reserved rows for ten are available for $4,500. Availability for this level is limited.

    Register for tickets at the link…

    Doors open at 2 p.m. with the presentation starting at 4 p.m. in the Steve Jobs Theater.

    Please note: The Cartoon Art Museum strives to create an enjoyable experience all attendees—given the nature of the theater presentation and the gracious donation of time by the presenters, we will maintain a zero-tolerance policy regarding disturbances during this portion of the program. Anyone causing a disruption (i.e. loud or crying children, talking outside of the Q&A portion, texting) will be given one warning. A second incident will result in the individual being asked to leave the studio. For this reason the presentation is not recommended for children under the age of four. Thank you for your understanding.

    If you are visiting San Francisco and looking for a hotel, our partner the St. Regis Hotel, is offering a discounted rate for attendees of the event, click on the link for the discount offer.

    Pixar Animation Studios is located in Emeryville, California. Free parking is available on site. For more information, call 415-227-8666, ext. 300. To purchase tickets online, visit cartoonart.org. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Tickets are transferable, but nonrefundable.