Book Life and Art of Charles M. Schulz
Charles Monroe Schulz brightened the world for 50 years with his Peanuts comic strip, which debuted October 2, 1950. With Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the lovable Peanuts Gang, Schulz explored the emotional territory of friendship, disappointment, faith, and tolerance. He was an artist and a storyteller who transformed images of everyday life into art that captured the humor, vulnerability, and dignity of the human spirit. Through Peanuts, Schulz connected people everywhere with his drawings and stories. Life and Art of Charles M. Schulz explores Schulz’s personal history and his role as the sole inspiration and artistic talent behind Peanuts and its unique cast of characters.
The exhibition follows Schulz from his Minnesota roots to his life in California and tracks the development of the characters that make up the unique world of Peanuts. Peanuts comic strips, Schulz quotes, and photographs illuminate the story behind the creation of this most popular and influential cartoon strip.
This ready-to-reproduce exhibition package contains high-resolution files of original Peanuts comic strips, graphic elements, thematic text, and installation instructions.
For detailed project description, images, checklists, and current information, contact Natasha Cochran, Traveling Exhibitions Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org (707) 284-1284.
Life and Art of Charles M. Schulz Tour Specifics
|Non-Profit Rental Fee||$7,500|
|Booking Period||12 weeks|
|Digital Files||33 high-quality reproductions of original sized Peanuts comic strips and drawings, 12 character panels introducing the Peanuts Gang, 12 text panels and wall labels, 19 photographs and graphic panels, education and programming guide, press release, installation instructions, and style guide|
|Size||1,500 square feet recommended (170 linear feet)|
|Availability||starting March 2020|
Life and Art of Charles M. Schulz Tour Itinerary
The dates below reflect a 12-week booking; additional weeks are available. All tour dates are subject to change. Please contact us for current availability.
|Start Date||End Date||Host Institution||Status|
|12/16/2021||6/16/2022||MEXICAN MUSEUM OF DESIGN (MUMEDI)
Mexico City, Mexico