Tacoma Art Museum Launches Unauthorized Art Exhibit Inspired By “The Simpsons”

As if you didn’t have enough of this franchise at Comic-Con.


Fans of The Simpsons living in the Tacoma, Washington area might be happy to see this unauthorized art gallery opening that just opened on July 20th. It’s called Bart at TAML Animation America’s Favorite Family. 

Bart at TAM: Animating America’s Favorite Family is an unauthorized and in-depth look at the process and teamwork needed to create America’s longest-running primetime animated television show. Set in the fictional town of Springfield, The Simpsons explores the life of a working-class family through parodies of American culture and society, television and the human condition.

The exhibition features over 100 hand-generated animation cels, scripts, and drawings related to the first 13 seasons of The Simpsons. Visitors will be able to learn about the process of animation and explore the elements that make up the show’s distinctive identity, characters, style, and comedy.

Get ticketing information for the show here.


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