Join the creators of Robot Chicken and the founders of Stoopid Buddy Stoodios at The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, CA next weekend for an after-hours party, programs and a workshop! Continue reading for the details of next weekend’s events.
Stoopid Buddy Stoodios—creative minds behind Robot Chicken TV Series—to visit The Walt Disney Family Museum in April!
San Francisco, CA (April 1, 2013)—Celebrate the closing of exhibitionBetween Frames: The Magic Behind Stop Motion Animation with a lineup of events featuring the creators of Robot Chicken and the founders of Stoopid Buddy Stoodios! Join the team comprised of Seth Green (creator), Matthew Senreich (creator), John Harvatine IV (owner), Eric Towner (owner), and Alex Kamer (animation supervisor) for an after hours party, programs, and a workshop, exclusive to The Walt Disney Family Museum the last weekend of April.
AFTER HOURS PARTY
Animate Your Night: The Island of Misfit Toys
Friday, April 26 | 7–10pm | Museum-wide
Party with us after hours for a night full of misfit adventure! Join the creators of Robot Chicken and the founders of Stoopid Buddy Stoodios as they present behind the scenes footage and episode clips, followed by a Q&A. Enjoy eats from Adam’s Grub Truck and Me So Hungry, then have a hair-raising sip of our signature cocktail: The Evil Doctor.
The Making of Robot Chicken
Saturday, April 27 | 2pm | The Theater
Join the crew from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, the masterminds behind the stop motion TV show Robot Chicken, for a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this modern cult favorite.
Learn from the Masters: Animation Mischief with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios
Saturday, April 27 | 10am–1pm | Art Studio
Explore the magic of stop motion animation with the Emmy and Annie Award-winning animators of Robot Chicken. This class will be led by Robot Chicken animation supervisor, Alex Kamer.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Between Frames: The Magic Behind Stop Motion Animation
Now through April 28, 2013 | Theater Gallery
Free for members or with Museum admission
Between Frames explores the evolution of stop motion animation in the United States in special effects, television, and film. The exhibition highlights behind-the-scenes photographs, rare armatures and puppets, and original storyboards from cult favorite films and television including King Kong, Gumby, Star Wars, Jurassic Park,Robot Chicken, and Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas and showcases stop motion innovators like Ray Harryhausen, Phil Tippett, Will Vinton, Tim Burton, Henry Selick, and more.
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ABOUT THE MUSEUM
The Walt Disney Family Museum presents the fascinating story and achievements of Walt Disney, the man who raised animation to an art, transformed the film industry, tirelessly pursued innovation, and created a global and distinctively American legacy. Opened in October 2009, the 40,000 square foot facility features the newest technology and historic materials and artifacts to bring Disney’s achievements to life, with interactive galleries that include early drawings and animation, movies, music, listening stations, a spectacular model of Disneyland and much more.
Hours: 10am to 6pm, Wednesdays through Monday; closed on Tuesdays and the following public holidays: New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Tickets: $20 adults, $15 seniors and students, and $12 children ages 6 to 17.
Admission is free for members.
Where: The Presidio of San Francisco, 104 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94129
Contact: 415.345.6800 / www.waltdisney.org