Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Girls Drawin' Girls and 6 Point Harness To Co-Host An Exclusive Party At 
Chuck Jones Gallery During Comic-Con

Girls Drawin’ Girls (GDG), a collaborative group showcasing women artists working in the male-dominated industry of animation, along with 6 Point Harness (6PH), a creative and visionary animation studio which develops and produces premium content through its suite of high-end tools/services and the famed Chuck Jones Gallery. Members of Girls Drawin’ Girls and 6PH will be featured during a special "What's Up Doc,? a Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit Service museum exhibit. GDG and Chuck Jones Center for Creativity are creating a special edition work of art based upon Pepe Le Pew and GDG's logo girl, Gigi that will be for sale at the Gallery and at GDG's booth 5628 during Comic-Con.

Featuring "What's Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones" with Special Guest, Craig Kausen, Chuck Jones’s Grandson, And Special Appearances by "Girls Drawin' Girls" and 6 Point Harness Members  
Linda Clough Jones, daughter of animation legend, Chuck Jones, will be joining the Girls at their booth on Thursday from 3-4pm. 

Where: Chuck Jones Gallery

232 Fifth Avenue

San Diego, CA 92101

(across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel) 

When: Thursday, July 24th 7-10pm 

About "What's Up Doc? The Animation Art

"What's Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones" is a Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit Service museum exhibit created with the Museum of the Moving Image, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, and the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity. It opens to the public on Saturday, July 19 at MoMI in New York City. It will travel to 13 other cities around the United States over the next five years. Thursday evening, July 24th, Craig Kausen, Chuck's grandson, will be talking about and showing some of the art (digitally) in the exhibit. 

About Girls Drawin’ Girls: Girls Drawin Girls (GDG) was founded in 2006 by Simpsons veteran Melody Severns, who started Girls Drawin' Girls as a way to showcase female artists working in the male-heavy animation industry. She felt it was time for these talented women to demonstrate their creative abilities and their own personal vision of sex appeal by re-interpreting the field of pin-up art. 

Since it's conception, the group has published two volumes of pin-up art and has grown to over 200 active members worldwide, whose work has been showcased in various entertainment industries, from production design, film and television animation, to graphic design.

About 6PH: 6 Point Harness (6PH) is a creative and visionary animation studio which develops and produces premium content through its suite of high-end tools and services. The Los Angeles based studio is both a world-class producer of original animated content and a resource for top-shelf animation production from inception of projects to execution. The 6PH team is known for its development skills and technical knowledge, as well as a company that provides artists, writers and creatives a unique and effective outlet to display talent and tell stories. 

About Chuck Jones Gallery: The Chuck Jones Gallery is the only gallery in San Diego devoted to the art of the animated film, representing not only the work of its namesake, four-time Academy Award recipient and legendary animation director and creator, Chuck Jones, but also art work by Dr. Seuss and all animation studios. Included in the ongoing gallery exhibits are original paintings and fine art editions by artists such as Mike Kungl, Bob Elias, Mike Peraza, Eric Goldberg, and Fabio Napoleoni. The gallery is open seven days a week from 10 to 8 PM, except on Sunday when they close at 6 PM. The gallery website is at

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