Art | The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity

The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity

chuck-jones-2Unleash your inner creative and view classic animation stills at the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity.

The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, at South Coast Collection, was founded by four-time Academy Award Winner and legendary animation creator and director Chuck Jones (1912-2002). Jones is best known for drawing characters including Bugs Bunny, Emler Fudd, Porky Pig and Road Runner and for producing writing and directing the TV classic “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” The center hosts art classes, exhibits and lectures. A table is always set up for drawing, and an artist is usually there to help. Its gallery exhibits works by Jones and other artists and from studios including Disney, Fox, MGM and Warner Bros. 3321 Hyland Ave., Costa Mesa. 949.660.7791. chuckjonescenter.org

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