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L.A.’s Gallery Nucleus is hosting a solo exhibition of selected work from the private archives of Craig McCracken, the creator of The Power Puff Girls, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, Kid Cosmic, and more.

The exhibition kicked off over the weekend and will run through May 21. On May 13, McCracken will be there in person to host a panel and reception.

During the panel, which will run from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., McCracken will participate in a moderated discussion about his years working in the industry and take questions from the audience. Panel attendees will also be given priority in a signing line to score an autograph.

Admission to the panel is $15 per person, limited to two tickets per person as there are only 120 seats available. At the time of writing, there are very few seats left.

Fans who can’t make the panel or don’t get tickets before they sell out can still get some face time with McCracken. After the panel, the artist will host an autograph session where he will sign up to two items per person from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Entry is $10 per person and includes access to the gallery and an exhibition poster (seen below), while supplies last. More information can be found here.

Gallery Nucleus Craig McCracken

McCracken’s artwork may belong in a museum, but he’s still as busy as ever. Last year, Warner Bros. Discovery announced that McCracken was working with Hanna-Barbera Studios Europe on reboots of two of McCracken’s most popular properties, The Powerpuff Girls (again) and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends.

Pictured at top: The Powerpuff Girls design for crew shirt, season one.

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