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PR: An Evening with Andreas Deja ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive Fundraiser

by on June 18, 2007

Special Fundraiser For The ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive
An Evening With Andreas Deja
Thursday June 21st, 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Andreas Deja, one of the most talented and well-known of contemporary Disney animators will be making a special appearance for an evening of animation and fun at Van Eaton Galleries! Andreas’ animation has had a huge impact on American popular culture over the past couple of decades…. Beauty & the Beast, Aladdin, and The Lion King are among the most popular and successful animated features of all time. Andreas will be sharing his behind-the-scenes stories, showing examples of his work, and answering your questions in this unique program.

Event Exclusive! By special permission from Walt Disney Studios, and with the help of Collectors Editions, Andreas has created a Limited Edition Giclee especially for this event! Be one of the first to own this beautiful piece of art featuring some of his most famous characters! Limited to only 200 pieces, this very special Limited Edition, (image above), can be signed by Andreas, and will be available by PRE-ORDER, as well as on sale at the event. Proceeds will be going to The ASIFA Hollywood Animation Archive Project. Call 818-788-2357 to Pre-Order today!

The walls of the Van Eaton Gallery will be packed with original production artwork, including some of Deja’s own production work and his original wire sculptures. It will be a rare opportunity to add a very special piece to your collection. A portion of all sales on the evening of the event will also go to The ASIFA Hollywood Animation Project.

Seating Is Extremely Limited! THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT!

Tickets $10:00 in Advance and $12:00 at the Door All proceeds go to The ASIFA Hollywood Animation Archive To purchase tickets and for more information, call 818-788-2357.

ABOUT THE CAUSE The International Animated Film Society: ASIFA-Hollywood, a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization, has embarked on an ambitious project to create an animation archive, museum, and library for the benefit of the animation community, students and general public. Located in Burbank CA, the archive is currently building a database of images, filmographic data and biographical sketches. More info at http:https://www.animationarchive.org

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