hibiscus behind my ear and other ruminations on the red carpet

this sunday i’ll be at the tcl chinese theater (formerly Grauman’s Chinese) in hollywood for the premiere of a newly re-mastered and 3D version of “the wizard of oz”.

DSC06555i’ll be there with several of our artists who have also “re-mastered” characters, scenes, and themes from “the wizard of oz”–some of which will be on display for the pre-party. <squeal>

DSC06556it’ll be a celebrity-packed event with their children and we’ll be making 3D character masks, drawing a “horse of a different color”, and coloring 3D coloring pages with the guests, their children, and the artists. <more squealing> watch this space and other outlets for photos of the event.


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