LOS ANGELES, CA (CelebrityAccess) – The GRAMMY Museum and Warner Bros. have teamed up to present “The Get Animated Invasion,” an interactive exhibit that celebrates the music from Warner Bros. iconic animation shorts and films.
Featuring nine interactive spaces anchored in iconic Warner Bros. animated worlds, the exhibit starts by celebrating Looney Tunes’ unique way of blending comedy with a modern twist on classical music and showcases three unforgettable scenes where Bugs Bunny shows off his musical skills. Next, visitors can hang out in Judy Jetson’s futuristic bedroom, which moonlights as the ultimate Jet Screamer fandom shrine. Other features include Scooby-Doo’s psychedelic stage, equipped with spooky vintage instruments and villains to play hype man as well as the 2-D-meets-3-D phenomena that is Space Jam, and much more. Additionally, each world will also include rare artifacts from each animation and viewing areas powered by content partner Boomerang, where guests can watch the musical scenes that inspired the space.
“We have created an innovative experience within the GRAMMY Museum that truly captures the rich history and pop-culture appeal of our most treasured animated stories,” said Maryellen Zarakas, senior vice president of franchise management and marketing for Warner Bros. Consumer Product. “The integration of music, art, and storytelling infused with the kinetic energy of our characters will captivate today’s generation of Warner Bros. animation fans and music enthusiasts.”
“The GRAMMY Museum celebrates music in all its forms, making it the perfect place to bring the classic characters of Warner Bros. cartoons to life through music,” said Scott Goldman, GRAMMY Museum Artistic Director. “Whether you know the cartoons by heart or will experience them for the first time through this interactive exhibit, this is a fresh new music-first experience for all. Many thanks to Warner Bros. for letting these beloved characters invade the GRAMMY Museum.”
The Get Animated Invasion pop-up exhibit will take over the GRAMMY Museum’s second floor, Aug. 19-Sept. 9, 2018. This will be Get Animated’s second pop-up exhibit following their inaugural event in New York last fall.