That’s the name of the free exhibit the Savannah College of Art and Design Library featuring animation art from the Don Bluth Collection, which was donated to the school by Bluth and Gary Goldman. The exhibit is being done in conjunction with the forthcoming Society for Animation Studies conference at SCAD-Atlanta, July 10-12. The exhibit, which consists of drawings, cels, storyboards, concept art, backgrounds and photographs, runs July 7-31 in the school’s Gallery 4 See (on the 4th floor of the C Building) and the Artists Book Room in the ACA/SCAD Library (on the 4th floor of the A Building) — the latter part focuses on art work from Bluth’s unrealized feature, The Little Blue Whale (also known as Song of the Ice Whale and Kandu) (see model sheet below).
The formal opening for the exhibit will occur on Thursday evening, from 6:00-8:00 pm, in Gallery 4 See, and Gary Goldman is scheduled to be present. (He will also be present on Saturday for a separate presentation during the SAS conference, which is not open to the public.) SCAD-Atlanta is located in midtown Atlanta at 1600 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, Georgia.