The San Diego History Museum is staging an exhibition dedicated to the art of Dr. Seuss, March 25 to April 19, at the museum in Balboa Park.
It turns out legendary children’s author Theodore Seuss Geisel, who wrote under the name Dr. Seuss, had his own oddball collection of headwear — a source of inspiration that is finally coming to light through a nationally touring exhibition called “Hats Off to Dr. Seuss!”
The exhibition will be on display at the AKG Gallery in New Orleans, from Jan. 15 through Feb. 14, featuring a unique collection of hats and never-before-seen artwork by Seuss. Admission is free.
The fantastical world created within the corridors of Theodor Geisel’s mind is inescapable to anyone that grew up with his books, penned under the iconic pseudonym Dr. Seuss.
The San Diego History Center presents a marquee exhibition celebrating Theodor Geisel. Spanning early drawings in Life magazine, including editorial, advertising, military, and book illustrations, as well as works from the Secret Art Collection, the exhibition will also feature family-friendly activities based on Dr. Seuss’ books’ underlying themes: literacy, the environment, family, and community
A new exhibit at the San Diego History Center looks at the life and work of Dr. Seuss, including famous characters like the Cat in the Hat, as well as his early advertising work.
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Milan Gallery is hosting the “Secret Art of Dr. Seuss” from November 8-November 24. The gallery is located in Fort Worth.
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