Pixar ¹s Teddy Newton Discusses "Day and Night" at Cartoon Art Museum

Official Press Release

On Thursday, November 18, the Cartoon Art Museum welcomes Pixar Animation Studios' Teddy Newton as he discusses his career in animation and his new book, Day & Night, based on the animated short of the same name. Day & Night premiered with the theatrical release of Toy Story 3, and received instant critical acclaim. Pixar's Chris Wiggum will interview Newton, and a booksigning will follow. The suggested donation for this event is $5.

About Teddy Newton:

Teddy Newton is one of Pixar's most well known character designers and artists as well as the writer and director of Day & Night, the animated short that screened in theaters before Toy Story 3. Newton has worked on numerous Pixar features and short subjects, including The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Up, Jack-Jack Attack, Your Friend the Rat and Presto. He is also frequently cast as a voice in Disney•Pixar films, including the role of Chatter Telephone in Toy Story 3.

"Day & Night is one of the most clever and original ideas we've ever seen at Pixar. I love that it pulls you in with pure entertainment, but also has such a special message-one that's so appropriate for our time."

--John Lasseter

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