Jean Schulz's Blog

Jean Schulz, the widow of Charles “Sparky” Schulz and President of the Board of Directors at the Charles M. Schulz Museum, chronicles her adventures in the cartooning and comic book world of Peanuts.

Latest Blog Posts:

Charles M. Schulz Museum Board Meeting
Santa Rosa, California

Apr 27, 2010

The Schulz Museum is governed by a Board of Directors that meets twice each year. The Executive Committee meets between board meetings to do business as it arises. The Schulz Museum Board recently met in Santa Rosa, and the following day several board members and Museum staff visited the Disney Museum in the Presidio in […]

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Launching the Chinese Edition of Peanuts 60th Anniversary Book
Beijing, China

Apr 21, 2010

RM Enterprises choose Trends Lounge for the launch of the Chinese edition of the Peanuts 60th Anniversary book. It is a very arty, spacious bookstore with a lounge, food, and a private dining room. This is the first foreign language edition of the 60th Anniversary book that was published in the U.S. in October 2009. Liz […]

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Launching the Love Foundation
Beijing, China

Apr 20, 2010

Today was the launch of the Love Foundation in Beijing. We began by meeting with Madam He Luli, the Vice Chairman of the National People’s Congress (NPC) standing committee. The press conference was held in The Great Hall of the People, which stands on one side of Tiananmen Square. By the time we got to […]

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The 60th Anniversary of Peanuts Celebrated Around the World
Beijing, China

Apr 18, 2010

Connie Mok and Jean Schulz I am in Beijing for the launch of the Love Foundation and the release of the Chinese edition of the 60th Anniversary Peanuts book. Raymond Mok and his wife, Connie, own RM Enterprises, our agent in Asia. The two of them have been working for many months to create a […]

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More on Christo’s Running Fence Celebration – Washington, D.C.

Apr 02, 2010

On Friday night the Smithsonian American Art Museum screened the documentary film Running Fence Revisitedby Wolfram Hissen. Wolfram filmed the reunion party in Bloomfield, Sonoma County, in September 2009. His 45-minute film contains interviews with ranchers and their families from the 1970s and 2009. The film is interesting in its lack of a soundtrack. The silence […]

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Christo’s Running Fence Celebration – Washington, D.C.

Apr 01, 2010

Christo seemed to be glowing as he led us through the Running Fence exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on Thursday morning. Exactly at 10am he walked into the exhibition. Those of us gathered were a group of 20 or so, made up of sponsors of the exhibition and Sonoma County guests, including the families of […]

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