Celebrating 65 Years of Peanuts
August 19 through December 13, 2015 | Strip Rotation Gallery
65 years ago, Peanuts began publication on October 2, 1950. The earliest cartoons featured Charlie Brown absent his signature zig-zag shirt, and Snoopy as a puppy that walked on all fours. See how your favorite characters developed and changed in this installation celebrating 65 years of Peanuts comics.
Snoopy and the Red Baron
October 24, 2015 through April 24, 2016 | Downstairs Changing Gallery
Events commemorating the centennial anniversary of World War I are taking place around the globe through 2018. Schulz himself served during World War II, but he immersed himself in the history of The Great War to invent storylines for Snoopy, who imagined himself as a World War I Flying Ace. Learn about the real Red Baron, and Schulz’s attention to historic detail through rare artifacts, original artworks, and an expansive selection of cartoons showcasing Snoopy’s famous alter-ego.