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  • Open House at Pixar

    I work in Emeryville near the Pixar studios and this was sent to us from Pixar yesterday.



    Behind the Scenes at Pixar

    A special famimly event benefiting the Emery Ed Fund

    Saturday October 8th, 2005
    11am - 2pm
    Pixar Animation Studios
    1200 Park Ave in Emeryville

    Tickets: $100 per person

    Sponsered by Pixar Animation Studios
    The Emery Ed Fund's #1 business partner and an Emeryville Chamber of Commerce Chairman's Circle Member

    This special one-day event welcomes families and friends to the Pixar campus for three hours of screenings, classes, and demonstrations taught by Pixar staff, including:

    -A special screening in the main theater of all 11 of Pixar's short films, never before screened together, topped by a public premiere of Pixar's latest short film, One Man Band.

    - Courses and activities taught by Pixar staff covering the three "A's" - Art, Acting & Animation.

    - "School" lunches, self-guided tours, and open access to the wonderful Pixar galleries and grounds.

    - Guests will receive the latest Emery Student Films DVD with live action and animated films made by students of the Emeryville public schools.

    Space is limited so please register early!

    For tickets and additional information please visit www.emeryed.org , or call 510-601-499

    Proceeds from this event benefit the Emery Ed Fund's programs, including fine arts, scholarships and mini-grants to support learning in the Emery Unified School District.

    An adult should accompany children under 16.

    Thanks to the generosity of Pixar and its staff, 100% of the proceeds from this event will benefit the Emery Ed Fund, a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation, Federal Tax ID 94-324824
    Growing older is manditory
    Growing up is however, optional

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    Re: Open House at Pixar

    A Day at pixar! that is so awesome.

    Maybe you will get a sneek peek at Cars.

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    • #3
      Re: Open House at Pixar

      Wow, sounds like a fantastic tax-deductable opportunity, I'd do it in a heartbeat!
      "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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        Re: Open House at Pixar

        If I lived in the Bay Area, I would go to that in a heartbeat. The shots I've seen of the place on their DVDs are awesome!

        Are you going to go OogieBoogie?

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          Re: Open House at Pixar

          Originally posted by TreeOfFlan
          If I lived in the Bay Area, I would go to that in a heartbeat. The shots I've seen of the place on their DVDs are awesome!

          Are you going to go OogieBoogie?
          I wish I could. Unfortunatly I already have a commitment on the 8th. Next year definatly though.
          Growing older is manditory
          Growing up is however, optional

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          • #6
            Re: Open House at Pixar

            Is Steve Jobs going to be there? :beg:

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