The Creative Classroom with Richard Kinsey: Act with a Pencil! - 8/23


A native of Los Angeles, who has lived and performed all over the world, Richard is probably best known for his award-winning performance of Javert in the smash musical, "Les Miserables", on Broadway. His involvement in the performing arts is reflected in his visual art, after all, "the canvas or drawing pad is a stage with performers as well".His most recent work was illustrating "Lucky" with a story by Craig Inglis and published late last year. Kinsey has two other children's titles coming out soon: "Mr. Pricklebear" by Diane King and "The Purple Burple" by Judith Deem DuPree.

Richard will lead a two-hour workshop on illustration and performance, FREE, Sunday, August 23 from 2 to 4 PM. 

Space is limited to only 60 children (plus parents). Reservations are required, please email to reserve your space. More details about the class to follow. 


Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, 3321 Hyland Avenue, Suite A & B, Costa Mesa, CA 92626, 949-660-7793 x 107

Actor Butch Patrick Visits the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity


Butch Patrick, perhaps best known for his role as Eddie Munster in the hit TV series (1964-66) "The Munsters" also starred in Chuck Jones's feature film, "The Phantom Tollbooth" as Milo, the young boy bored with everything, stopped by the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity yesterday to meet with Chuck's grandson, Craig Kausen and to pick-up his original Chuck Jones drawing that had been reframed for him. While there, Butch agreed to create a canvas for the Red Dot Auction, scheduled for May 11 at the Center. Photo by Stephen Russo