Proceeds from 'Love Robot Chicken Style' art show to benefit group that brings art to poor and abused children in Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES -- Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, the studio behind the longest-running stop-motion show on television, the Emmy Award -winning Robot Chicken, raised more than $8,000 for the nonprofit Free Arts from its “Love Robot Chicken Style” art show.
The art show, held last month at the iam8bit gallery in Los Angeles, featured more than 100 pieces of original artwork from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios artists, that were sold to benefit Free Arts.
Free Arts, which was founded in 1977, uses art to restore hope, resiliency and self-esteem in children in Los Angeles ages 4-18 who have experienced abuse, neglect, poverty or homelessness. The organization provides creative arts programs to more than 22,000 children in Los Angeles annually.
“Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is proud to support the important work being done by Free Arts,” said co-founders Seth Green, John Harvatine IV, Matthew Senreich and Eric Towner. “Art has profoundly changed our lives for the best and we hope it will provide these children a chance for a better future.”
Source: Stoopid Buddy Stoodios