Saturday Morning Cartoons & Cereal - Ray Bradbury Edition

Saturday Morning Cartoons & Cereal - Ray Bradbury Edition

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Nothing beats cartoons and cereal on a Saturday morning. All ages are welcome to attend this creative artmaking workshop that taps into childhood at its best.

Led by Slanguage Studios – Mario Ybarra Jr., a nationally recognized artist with a major international following and Monica A. Martinez.

All materials are provided and cereal breakfast is included.

Ray Bradbury’s connection to cartoons is well known and includes his novella The Halloween Tree, published in 1972. A madefortelevision special of this same scary story was first aired in the early 1990s. Bradbury was also a frequent special guest at ComicCon International, including the very first convention in 1970. He received the Icon Award of distinction for his work from ComicCon in 2010. Bradbury’s career spanned over 60 years and includes more than 500 published works.

This event is free and open to the public but you must register in advance so we have enough space for all. Register Here

WHEN
April 23, 2016 at 9am - 11am
WHERE
Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory
2706 E Cesar E Chavez
Los Angeles, CA 90033
United States
Google map and directions

Will you come?

Saturday Morning Cartoons & Cereal - Ray Bradbury Edition

SaturdayMorningCartoons_-_4-23.jpg

Nothing beats cartoons and cereal on a Saturday morning. All ages are welcome to attend this creative artmaking workshop that taps into childhood at its best.

Led by Slanguage Studios – Mario Ybarra Jr., a nationally recognized artist with a major international following and Monica A. Martinez.

All materials are provided and cereal breakfast is included.

Ray Bradbury’s connection to cartoons is well known and includes his novella The Halloween Tree, published in 1972. A madefortelevision special of this same scary story was first aired in the early 1990s. Bradbury was also a frequent special guest at ComicCon International, including the very first convention in 1970. He received the Icon Award of distinction for his work from ComicCon in 2010. Bradbury’s career spanned over 60 years and includes more than 500 published works.

This event is free and open to the public but you must register in advance so we have enough space for all. Register Here

WHEN
April 23, 2016 at 9am - 11am
WHERE
Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory
2706 E Cesar E Chavez
Los Angeles, CA 90033
United States
Google map and directions

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