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Friend, donor, and volunteer of the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, Tommy Martinez, whose passion for nurturing and guiding creativity is one of the reasons why we think the world of him, is opening his Planet TNEZ on November 12th from 5 to 10 PM in downtown Anaheim (California) at 508 W. Chestnut Street. There'll be music, art and boundless creativity–all of which warrants your participation.
"Planet TNEZ is a creative space for artists, or anyone really, who would like to come and be able to create as well as show their work. I call it an "Artistic Experiment of Creative Thinking and Design". My graphic design background has inspired me to express myself in more traditional and at times, non-traditional, mediums and I want to share the happiness and joy that expression brings me with you."
If you're in the area, set some time aside to visit Planet TNEZ on Saturday, November 12th from 5 to 10 PM…walk that red carpet! If you can't make it, please visit his online presence at www.PlanetTNEZ.com and 'like' him on Facebook.
Okay, we didn't set a Guinness World Record for the largest art class held in one venue at the Chuck Jones Big Draw like we hoped to, but and it's big but (!), we did set a record for the largest Chuck Jones art lesson taught in one venue! Along with Chuck Jones on video, the Center's very own teaching artist, Christopher Scardino, led a class of 122 artists, students, and adults, teaching them how to draw the iconic Warner Bros. character, Bugs Bunny. After the class, participants were encouraged to take their new found talent and draw on the walls of the venue. The results were so wonderful, so delightful, so well-done, that we just had to share. As Chris said, "you are drawing your Bugs Bunny, it may not look exactly like Chuck's Bugs Bunny, but it is yours."
Volunteer Tommy Martinez, graphic designer and artist, quickly sketched out an awesome looking Bugs Bunny! Love that bent ear, so characteristic of Chuck's assertion that character dictates expression.