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Arts and Entertainment

Saturday Exhibit Features Artwork from Robot Chicken Crew

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Robot Chicken art: Art Directed by Trisha Gum and photographed by Chris Covel.
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An art show takes place tomorrow night at the Ultrastar Studio and Gallery in LA that features the works of nearly 30 behind-the-scenes artists of Robot Chicken,the wickedly funny stop-motion Adult Swim series.

Hosted by Robot Chicken co-producer Eric Byler, the show's unsung heroes--puppeteers, storyboard artists, animators, model makers and others--will get their moment in the spotlight.

"Stop-motion animation requires a variety of skills including sculpture, painting, photography and a special kind of mad scientist approach to life," said Byler. "Hosting this show gives us a chance to show off the breadth and depth of the artists who work so hard every day to make our animated shows."

The work will be for sale at the exhibit, and a reception with the artists takes place from 6-10:30 pm.

The Art of the Robot Chicken Crew
Ultrastar Studio and Gallery
6432 Santa Monica Blvd., LA
Tomorrow (Saturday, Sept. 11) at 6 pm
Free