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Cartoon Art Museum Hosting ‘Night of a Thousand Sketches’ Benefit Sept. 10

The Cartoon Art Museum celebrates its final days at the Museum’s current location with a party, artists, libations, giveaways, raffle prizes and other surprises.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- The Cartoon Art Museum will celebrate its final days at its current location with a party, artists, libations, giveaways, raffle prizes and other surprises. This special event will feature live music from Jethro Jeremiah & Friends, specialty cocktails.

Artists from all around the Bay and surrounding areas will join the museum as it celebrates 14 years at 655 Mission Street to help raise fund for the museums move to a new location. Artists will be sketching all night; caricatures, superheroes, animated favorites, and more in exchange for donations of $10 and up, which will go to the museum's storage and relocation costs. 

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Guest artists include a who's who of Bay Area all-stars:

  • Gary Amaro (Sandman)
  • Brent Eric Anderson (Astro City)
  • Mark Badger (Batman)  
  • Elizabeth Beier (We Belong, caricatures)  
  • Mark Bode (TMNT, Cobalt-60)  
  • Maureen Burdock (The F Word Project)
  • Kyle Cabral (Game Design, caricatures)
  • Michael Capozzola (Surveillance Caricatures)
  • Peter Conrad (Cringe)
  • Steve Englehart (The Avengers, Detective Comics)  
  • Greg Espinoza (Pug)  
  • Andrew Farago (TMNT)
  • Shaenon K. Garrity (Skin Horse)
  • Al Gordon (Justice League)  
  • Alan Groening (Animation Mountain)
  • Mike Hales (Wobbly Art)  
  • Gene Hamm (Hell Toupee)  
  • Matt Harding (PopApocalypse)
  • Andy Hartzell (Fox Bunny Funny)
  • Mark Haven Britt (Monument)  
  • Nathan Heigert (Shade)
  • Sinclair Klugarsh (Faith No More)
  • Brian Kolm (Atomic Bear Press)  
  • Vincent Kukua (Image Comics)
  • Steve Leialoha (Fables)
  • Karen Luk (Steampunk ABC)  
  • Larry Luna (Lenerd)  
  • Lee Mars (Pudge, Girl Blimp)
  • Pete McDonnell (Marvel Comics, caricatures)  
  • Roman Muradov ((In a Sense) Lost and Found)  
  • Frederick Noland (SF Weekly)
  • Melissa Paglucia (Above the Clouds)
  • Jeff Plotkin (Happy Freak Show)
  • Trina Robbins (Wonder Woman, comics herstorian)
  • Mark Simmons (2000 AD)
  • Nina Taylor Kester (PEANUTS)
  • Robert Triptow (Gay Comix)
  • Chuck Whelon (Pewfell)  

And many, many more to be announced! Don't miss out on the big farewell to 655 Mission Street! Celebrate 30 years of exhibiting and education the public about cartoon art, and help the Cartoon Art Museum to continue its next 30 years!  

Source: Cartoon Art Museum

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.