Whether they were the Saturday morning variety (may they rest in peace) or the near-constant flow from the Cartoon Network, cartoons shaped many of us in some way. They’ve even become less a kids-only medium and more of a prime-time entertainment art form.
Kettle Art, 2650 Main St., is offering a prime exhibition by way of its Made For TV show, which runs Thursdays through Saturdays through Nov. 18. The show features works inspired by — and as vivid and captivating as — cartoons, street art, video games and other visually dynamic pop culture by color-connected illustrator Christopher Machorro; Max Quest, who deftly tackles a multitude of issues with palette; powerful pop player Franco Fazio; and guest curator Raymond Butler, whose cartoon houses and anthropomorphic sandwiches give how much the humor and veiled violence of cartoons affected him.
Kettle Art is open from 6-9 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and from noon to 7 p.m. Saturdays.
Step outside of our welcoming and comfortable community at Oxford at the Boulevard Apartments in Corinth, Texas for the day! This event is coming to town on Saturday, and it promises to be a wonderful time!
Saturday, November 11, 2017—6:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
Kettle Art Gallery
2650 Main Street
Dallas, Texas 75226