Letter from the Executive DirectorOctober 28th marked our first year in the new location at 781 Beach Street. It took more than a year to secure and prepare the space, and we are forever grateful to everyone who helped to make it happen, those who encouraged us, supported us and advised us. The new location provides many new opportunities and offerings. Our reading room will evolve into a full library for visitors to immerse themselves further into the original material that is highlighted on our gallery walls. Our kids corner provides a place for kids big and small to be creative. Our education room is an inspirational space for students to learn and create. Our galleries offer flexibility for large presentations as well as new interactive experiences for all our visitors. Our programs have been revived and reimagined. We continue to explore new ways to use the museum space to maximize what we have to offer. We have made great strides in raising public awareness about our new location, but our relocation has not come without challenges. However, with your support we will be able to keep the medium alive and give voice to the creators and creative process that has enriched all of our lives. Please contribute to our continued effort to fulfill our mission to ignite imaginations and foster the next generation of visual storytellers by celebrating the rich history of the art form, its role in society, and its universal appeal today!
- Summer Late Night Fridays
- Cartoonists In Real Life
- Toon Talk: Aardman Studios Presents: Early Man
- Secret Loves of Geeks North American Launch
- and more!
- Parent + Child, Teen and Adult Workshops
- Monthly Cartooning for Kids and Teens
- Full Day Summer Cartoon Camp
- Outreach to Camps, Schools, Libraries
- and more!