GDG & Gallery Girls Team Up for Speakeasy Life Drawing

Girls Drawing Girls & The Gallery Girls are teaming up for a one-night Drawing Extravaganza!

Join the members and Founder of Girls Drawin’ Girls along with the lovely and inspiring women of Gallery Girls for one night of decadence and creativity.

 

“THE SPEAKEASY”
With multiple Models, Art, Drinks, Live Music, & More!

WHEN:

Saturday, August 18th, 2018
8:00 to Midnight

WHERE:

Nelson Creative Space
13133 Saticoy Street
North Hollywood, CA

ADMISSION:

$5 entry
$20 entry with life drawing

We are encouraging dressing up! Tap into your inner flapper or bootlegger for a discount!

$3 entry with costume
$15 entry with costume and life drawing

MODELS – Marissa Gomez, Johnathan Cripple & Jennifer Fabos Patton

LIVE MUSIC – Marissa Gomez and Guitarist & More

Come and draw amazing models!Drink and Socialize in the Speakeasy Lounge. Look and Buy Great Art to support women artists!

Girls Drawin’ Girls Booth & Panel at San Diego Comic Con 2018

Girls Drawin’ Girls will be at Booth #5628. Our Booth will be in the aisle that is just behind the Marvel, Boom! Studios, and Sideshow Collectibles Booths in the Exhibit Hall. Look for the Banners mounted above to find what aisle number you are on and where to find us!

Stop by Our Booth to Meet the following Artists for Comic Con Exclusive Signings.

Leen Isabel – Wed 7/18 3pm to 9pm & Sat 9:00am to 10:30am 

Liz Climo Signing – Sat 7/21 5pm to 6pm

Liz will be signing a Special GDG Themed Print

Remember to Support Women Artists At San Diego Comic Con 2018! 

 

Also, Be Sure to Come to Our Panel! 

Pinup From A Woman’s Perspective on Fri 7/20 at 7:30pm to 8:30pm in Room 24ABC.

Panelists include Melody Severns (GDG founder and Simpsons artist), Noelle Raffaele (WB director of DC Girls), Aisling Harbert-Phillips (Deluxe special effects artist), and Leen Isabel (Pole Dancing Adventures). Since 2006, GirlsDrawinGirls has grown from just 18 local LA women to around 200 women artists from all over the world. They are all professionals in the animation, comics, video games, and film industry and have chosen to draw pinup art, which has been predominately male dominated, to showcase the art from a female point of view. By redefining the pinup, they are not only setting the focus on the diverse and talented women in the entertainment arts industry, they are also embracing their own take on their bodies and their sexuality on their terms.

GDG will also be hosting a Meet & Greet that is open to the public on Thursday 7/19/2018. Come try out Gigi’s Ale and meet the Founders and Artists involved with the Girls Drawin’ Girls Group! Support Women Artists and Small Businesses run and lead by such talented and ambitious independent women!

Comic Con 2018 Extravaganza at The Bell Marker Brewery

Join the Founders and Members of Girls Drawin’ Girls for a pint of Gigi’s Ale, At the Bell Marker Brewery at San Diego Comic Con 2018.

Girls Drawin’ Girls will be hosting an awesome 21+ event for their fans, Members, and the public at the Bell Marker Brewery  on Thursday 7/19/2018. GDG collaborated with the two time Medal Winner of the World Beer Cup and Gold Medal Winner of the Great American Beer Festival, Ignacio “Nacho” Cervates. To create our very own signature beer, Gigi’s Ale for Comic Con 2018!

There will be a special Artist signing area with the wonderful and talented Asher Benson, the Artist behind the beautiful label for Gigi’s Session Ale! Other amazing Artist’s Leen Isabel & Ashley Cooper will also participate in this very special and exclusive Artist signing for Girls Drawin’ Girls!

Food & Drink Specials, Gift Bags full of exclusive Comic Con swag.

Custom GDG Art Prints and Merchandise for sale and the GDG Looney Tunes Art Show.

Ticketed VIP Area where you can meet and network with GDG Members and other Industry Professionals.

Come try out Gigi’s Ale and meet the Founders and Artists involved with Girls Drawin’ Girls Group! Support Women Artists and Small Businesses run and lead by such talented and ambitious independent women!

Remember to also stop by and say “Hello” at our Booth #5628 at the Exhibit Hall inside of the San Diego Convention Center.

Also, be sure to come to our Panel Pinup From A Woman’s Perspective on Fri 7/20 at 7:30pm to 8:30pm in Room 24ABC.

Comic Con 2018 flyer

The Bell Marker Brewery & Kitchen

602 Broadway San Diego, CA 92101

DATE AND TIME

Thursday, July 19th, 7pm-12am

Private VIP Event from 7-9pm
VIP $30 ticket, includes:
  • Meet the artists and founders of GDG, and other great members of the Entertainment Industry at Comic Con 2018
  • Sips & Bites, including Gigi’s Session Ale!
  • Gift Bag w/ GDG Vol. 4 book and The Bell Marker swag bag

Cleopatra: Egyptian Pin Up Art Show & Party

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80th Anniversary Celebration! Egyptian Pin Up Art Show & Party In The Courtyard!

Movie at 7 PM. Art Show pre-show opening from 5 – 7 PM.

Egyptian Theatre • Sun, Oct 5, 2014 • 7:00pm
http://www.americancinemathequecalendar.com/content/cleopatra-0

Presented by the American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre in Association with Girls Drawin’ Girls. Sponsored by Golden Road Brewery, Six Point Harness, and Acme Archives, with the support of Hollywood Heritage.

Join us in celebrating the exact 80th anniversary of the premiere of Cecil B. DeMille’s CLEOPATRA starring Claudette Colbert. This version of the life of beautiful and powerful queen of Egypt, Cleopatra is known for its outlandish spectacle, including luxurious, risque gowns that are more slinky 1930s high fashion than ancient Egypt, but that is part of the film’s enduring charm! As a companion to the film screening is an art show.

5:00PM: Guests will be admitted to see a solo exhibition by Ashley Brooke Cooper of ancient Egyptian inspired “pin up” art.

7:00PM: Film screening of CLEOPATRA (see description below).

9:00PM: Following the film is a party in the courtyard with photo ops, Egyptian themed activities, make-up stations, a “Make Your Own Mummy” contest and drinks sponsored by Golden Road Brewery.

Although outrageously appropriate to have originally premiered at the Egyptian, CLEOPATRA did not in fact make its debut in 1934 at our theatre. But, is there a more perfect place to celebrate its 80th anniversary?
Dress like an Egyptian and you might win a prize!

CLEOPATRA (1934)
1934, Paramount (Universal), 100 min, USA, Dir: Cecil B. DeMille

Mogul and architect of epics Cecil B. DeMille weaves a historical tapestry poised somewhere between high camp and outlandish spectacle, directing the scintillating Claudette Colbert in her youthful prime as the wily Egyptian queen. A naughty pre-Code product, the film boasts an array of scandalous costumes. With Warren William as Julius Caesar and Henry Wilcoxon as Marc Antony.

Special Ticket Prices: $13 General, $11 Students/Seniors, $9 Members. No vouchers accepted for this or any other specially-priced program. | You must have a ticket to the event for admission into all areas – art show, film screening, and after party.

 

GDG and 6 Point Harness Party at Chuck Jones Gallery

**Save the Date** Thursday July 24th

GIRLS DRAWIN’ GIRLS AND 6 POINT HARNESS TO CO-HOST EXCLUSIVE PARTY AT
CHUCK JONES GALLERY DURING COMIC-CON

Featuring “What’s Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones” with Special Guest, Craig Kausen, Chuck Jones’s Grandson, And Special Appearances by “Girls Drawin’ Girls” and 6 Point Harness Members

Who:  Girls Drawin’ Girls (GDG), a collaborative group showcasing women artists working in the male-dominated industry of animation, along with 6 Point Harness (6PH), a creative and visionary animation studio which develops and produces premium content through its suite of high-end tools/services and the famed Chuck Jones Gallery.

What: Members of Girls Drawin’ Girls and 6PH will be featured during a special “What’s Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones” installation.  GDG and Chuck Jones Center for Creativity are creating a special edition work of art based upon Pepe Le Pew and GDG’s mascot, Gigi by Jennifer Llewelyn that will be for sale at the Gallery and at GDG’s booth 5628 during Comic-Con.

 

Where:  Chuck Jones Gallery

232 Fifth Avenue

San Diego, CA 92101

(across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel)

 

When: Thursday, July 24th 7-10pm

 

About Girls Drawin’ Girls: Girls Drawin Girls (GDG) was founded in 2006 by Simpsons veteran Melody Severns, who started Girls Drawin’ Girls as a way to showcase female artists working in the male-heavy animation industry.  She felt it was time for these talented women to demonstrate their creative abilities and their own personal vision of sex appeal by re-interpreting the field of pin-up art.

Since it’s conception, the group has published two volumes of pin-up art and has grown to over 200 active members worldwide, whose work has been showcased in various entertainment industries, from production design, film and television animation, to graphic design.  

About 6PH: 6 Point Harness (6PH) is a creative and visionary animation studio which develops and produces premium content through its suite of high-end tools and services.  The Los Angeles based studio is both a world-class producer of original animated content and a resource for top-shelf animation production from inception of projects to execution.  The 6PH team is known for its development skills and technical knowledge, as well as a company that provides artists, writers and creatives a unique and effective outlet to display talent and tell stories.

About Chuck Jones Gallery: The Chuck Jones Gallery is the only gallery in San Diego devoted to the art of the animated film, representing not only the work of its namesake, four-time Academy Award recipient and legendary animation director and creator, Chuck Jones, but also art work by Dr. Seuss and all animation studios. Included in the ongoing gallery exhibits are original paintings and fine art editions by artists such as Mike Kungl, Bob Elias, Mike Peraza, Eric Goldberg, and Fabio Napoleoni. The gallery is open seven days a week from 10 to 8 PM, except on Sunday when they close at 6 PM. The gallery website is at ChuckJones.com.

 

 

Book Signing at the Cartoon Art Museum

GDG will be doing a book signing of: Vol. 1-4, The Art of Natalie Zigal, GirlsGoinToParis, and our Spooky Ashcan at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco on 9/15 from 1-5pm. Come get a book and get it signed and personalized by one (or all) of these artists:

-Arie Monroe
-Leen Isabel
-Marissa Barnett (Crazy Spork I Am)
-Jenny Jenoosh
-Melody Severns
-Natalie Zigal

Sunday, September 15th, 1 – 5PM
655 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94105
415-CAR-TOON 
http://cartoonart.org/

GDG Goes to Arludik Galerie in Paris

It is often said that the medium of comics, animation or video game is the prerogative of the male artists. Yet like the famous Gallic village that resists the Romans, the U.S. group “Girls Drawin’Girls” composed exclusively of “Girls who draw girls” actively involved in balancing the trend. No protest or activist this bunch of girls who define them even simply as “independent, sensual, offset, different, accepting their sensuality and sexuality”. This show brings together more than a hundred girls spread around the world who work in animation, video games and comics, and under the banner “Girls Drawin’Girls”.
For the first time, “Girls Drawin’Girls” left the United States and arrived in Paris to present a series of Pin Up (drawings, watercolors, gouaches and digital) specially made ​​for Arludik gallery. The founder Melody Severns, accompanied by some girls in the group will travel to participate in the opening of the exhibition’s most glamorous of the year.
Opening and book signing Thursday, May 9 from 18:30

Thursday, May 9th, 6:30 – 9PM
12 Rue Saint-Louis en l’Île 75004 Paris, France
+33 1 43 26 19 22
www.arludik.com

MUSE-BOX Motown

You have been invited to the premier reception/party on SATURDAY MARCH 23rd at a private loft location.

MUSE-BOX will feature an incredible lineup of works from accomplished Los Angeles based artists. And the eclectic sounds of the evening will be provided by Extra Mild Sauce resident DJ and co-founder, Derrick Wize.

7PM – Midnight
$10 admission (can be applied towards art purchases)
Complimentary cocktails provided.
Must RSVP to musebox2013@gmail.com

For those that would like to be kept informed about general MUSE-BOX news including future receptions and available artwork, you can submit your email address for the newsletter HERE…
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Artists that would like their work to be considered for MUSE-BOX can submit their information HERE…
http://eepurl.com/uWP3T