Sparky라는 별명을 가진 Charles Schulz는 11 월에 태어났습니다.. 26, 1922, 미네소타에서, AP 통신은.
오월에 21, 빌리 아일랜드 만화 도서관 & Museum at Ohio State University in Columbus opened its exhibit “Celebrating Sparky: Charles M. Schulz and Peanuts,” which will run through November.
그 동안에, 3 월 20, the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, 캘리포니아, opened its first of two exhibits, “Spark Plug to Snoopy: 100 Years of Schulz,” which will run through September.
The Schulz museum’s second exhibit, “The Spark of Schulz: A Centennial Celebration,” will open in September and run through March 2023.
The first “Peanuts” comic strip was published on Oct. 2, 1950, according to the Schulz Museum website.
By the time Schulz retired in 1999 – a year before his death on Feb. 12, 2000 – he had created and drawn 17,897 “Peanuts” comic strips, AP reported.
그 때 당시, “Peanuts” had run in more than 2,600 newspapers, had been translated into 21 languages in 75 countries and had an estimated daily readership of 355 백만, according to AP.
The comic strip also led to the creation of the play “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” 과 “Snoopy: 뮤지컬,” as well as several book collections, TV specials and shows, AP reported.
The Ohio exhibit “Celebrating Sparky” is a celebration of the beloved cartoonist’s “lasting legacy of his life and work,” 빌리 아일랜드 만화 도서관 & Museum says on its website.
AP reported that the exhibit also focuses on Schulz’s promotion of women’s rights and his introduction of a character of color, 프랭클린.
The exhibit also shows how Schulz worked to perfect his drawing style before the launch of “Peanuts.”
“This was a person of genius who had a very clear, creative focus to his life, and enjoyed making people laugh,” Lucy Shelton Caswell, founding curator of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, told AP.
캘리포니아에서, the Schulz Museum’s “Spark Plug to Snoopy” exhibit focuses on the comic strips and artists that influenced Schulz’s work, 동안 “The Spark of Schultz” will explore cartoonists and artists who were influenced by Schulz, AP reported.
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