Indelible (P)ink: The Pink Panther and Popular Culture
Opening Reception Thursday, January 18, 2018 5-7pm
This exhibition is a blast from the past, spying on the Pink Panther as an example of popular culture while uncovering his contribution to 20th century animation. Indelible (P)ink: The Pink Panther and Popular Culture features over 40 original animation cells, production sketches, and additional ephemera including a Henry Mancini soundtrack album, period toys, movie posters, and more. Organized and circulated by the Daura Gallery, Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Virginia. The artifacts in this exhibition are in the Daura Gallery’s permanent collection.
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