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      September 27, 2013

      Friday  10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (daily for 23 times)

      945 Liberty Avenue
      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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      Duck!

      ToonSeum presents "Duck!" — an exhibit you’ll want to catch quickly ... before it flies south for the winter!

      Many ducks over the years have been quacking us up in cartoons and in comics, and the ToonSeum is here to celebrate their duck dynasty.

      Pittsburgh’s Museum of Cartoon Art is transforming Pittsburgh into Duckburg with its newest exhibition “Duck!”

      The exhibit, which runs Sept. 27-Oct. 20, will showcase original animation art, comic art and artifacts of some of cartooning's most iconic quackers — from Donald to Daffy and Baby Huey to Quackula.

      The exhibit also will feature rubber ducks and duck design art, including CelebriDucks' history of the rubber ducky. San Rafael, Calif.-based CelebriDucks is proud to be the only producer of rubber ducks in the United States. (In fact, the traditional yellow rubber duck was invented in America — hatched in Ohio as an outcropping of the rubber industry. The first-ever licensed rubber duck made in America was Donald Duck in the early 1930s.)

      CelebriDucks' love of cartoon art is at the heart of its company. Its line of more than 200 ducks includes animated celebrities such as Betty Boop, Popeye, the Pink Panther, Felix the Cat and The Wizard of Oz crew.

      Cost: Payment required - $6.00 Adult; $3.00 Kids: Free for Members

      Categories: Art Galleries & Exhibits | Museums & Attractions

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