Charlie Brown and the Great Exhibit - Members' Event
Friday, October 26 and Sunday, October 28, 2012
- This event is suitable for all ages.
- October 26, 2012, October 28, 2012
- Main Level, Temporary Exhibit East
- This event requires a ticket for entry.
- Requires use of free special exhibition tickets (see member allotments at left).
Friday, October 26: 5 to 9 p.m. (last entry at 8 p.m.)
Sunday, October 28: 5 to 8 p.m. (last entry at 7 p.m.)
RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT HAVE CLOSED
Charlie Brown and the Great Exhibit explores Peanuts creator Charles Schulz’s personal history and his role as the sole inspiration and artistic talent behind the strip's unique cast of characters. Through original cartoons, reproductions and related Peanuts ephemera, guests will see how characters like Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Lucy were developed and how they evolved over decades in print and popular culture. Schulz’s Santa Rosa, Calif., studio—recreated for the first time on tour—will allow for a deeper look into his work and life. In addition, the exhibit will take guests on a Peanuts tour of the holidays—Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day and Valentine’s Day—during which these characters became so well known.
Good Grief! Didn't Get a Reservation?
Just use your allotted member tickets (see below) at any time during the exhibit's run: October 25, 2012 through February 18, 2013
Members Can Access:
Associates: 2 tickets | Bachelor: 2 tickets | Masters: 4 tickets | Doctorate: 6 tickets
Additional tickets up to the admit number on your membership card may be purchased.
This exhibit is organized by the Charles M. Schulz Museum, Santa Rosa, Calif.
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