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Cartoon Museum throws farewell party for MAD exhibit

MADison Avenue

The Cartoon Art Musuem in San Francisco is wrapping up its “What, Me Worry?” 60 Years of MAD Magazine exhibit in a couple of weeks. Giving it an appropriate send off.

We’re celebrating and saying farewell to one of our most popular exhibits, “What, Me Worry?” 60 Years of MAD Magazine which ends September 16th.

Throw on that snappy, Dapper Don, vintage early 60’s attire and join us for live music, celebrity bartenders serving up MADhattans and pose for local comic artists sketching attendees in the 60’s style of vintage print ads.

San Francisco’s own Goorin Brothers will have a POP-UP HAT SHOP at the museum for our “MADison Avenue” party on Thursday Sept 6th. You can get a snappy hat at a special rate and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Cartoon Art Museum!

Community Comments

#1 David Jones
August/27/2012
@ 1:17 pm

Mad Magazine twisted me into the edgy cartoonist I am today. Yep, it’s all their fault that I cannot get syndicated….. lol…..

#2 Dave Stephens
August/27/2012
@ 2:13 pm

“and pose for local comic artists sketching attendees in the 60?s style of vintage print ads”

LIVE art entertainment? Cool!

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