Nickelodeon Studios and the CSU Fullerton Art Department invite you to the opening of an exhibition of artwork and video celebrating the “Sanjay and Craig” show.
Please come celebrate on the evening of April 12, 2014 with the students and faculty of our Entertainment Art/Animation & Illustration programs as they celebrate the creative and voice talent for the hit Nickelodeon Studios program “Sanjay and Craig.”
Curated by renowned art historians Sanjay and Craig, the exhibition is the first to focus exclusively on art created for, and inspired by, the Nickelodeon television series “Sanjay and Craig.” The exhibition traces the series’ from its punk-infused creation in San Francisco – where the dude-snake duo was first drawn and Craig uttered the immortal words, “Dude, what’s up?” – to its present state as an artist-inspired, storyboard-driven show that chronicles the absurd wonders of being a kid. The collection explores profound themes of best friendship, bodily functions, B-grade celebrity worship, and the basic human need for chicken wings.
For this retrospective, Sanjay and Craig have brought together a comprehensive collection of production art that offers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of television animation. The series art includes original character sketches, layouts, backgrounds, title cards, storyboards and animatic video. In addition, the curators have commissioned original art for the exhibition, from paintings, sculpture, and a one-of-a-kind collection of Fart Jars.
When: The opening reception is April 12, from 5:00 -7:00 PM. The exhibition runs from April 12 – June 20
Where: Atrium Gallery, Pollak Library
Parking: Enter Nutwood Parking Structure, from Nutwood Avenue or Arts Drive. http://parking.fullerton.edu/parking/Maps.asp
Maps: available online at http://www.fullerton.edu/campusmap/images/CSUF-Campus-Map.pdf