San Francisco's CARTOON ART MUSEUM Hosts Grand Opening For New Facility

Cartoon Art Museum
Credit: Cartoon Art Museum
Credit: Mike Mignola (Cartoon Art Museum)

San Francisco's long-runnin Cartoon Art Museum is hosting a "grand opening celebration" for its new 7,800 square foot location on Saturday, January 20. The event will also serve as a closing reception for its current exhibit, Tribute to Mike Mignola's Hellboy, with exhibiting artists Gary Amaro, Mark Badger, Lee Ballard, Steve Purcell, Ben Seto, and Jon Way$hak scheduled to be on-hand.

The event is scheduled to run from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. PST, with free entry for CAM members.

Founded in 1987 thanks to a grant from the Charles M. Schulz Foundation, the Cartoon Art Museum now operates out of a restored 1912 brick building with a screening area, classrooms, bookstore, library, and collections facility.

The Cartoon Art Museum is located at 781 Beach Street, near Ghirardelli Square, Aquatic Park and the Cable Car Terminus.

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