The Get Animated Invasion." Created with help from contemporary artists and designers Crystal Wagner, Joshua Vides, Confetti System, Amelia Muqbel and Sam Taylor, the exhibit's nine interactive spaces combine sound and art, including interpretations of music by Wagner and Rossini that were featured in the shorts What's Opera, Doc?, Rabbit of Seville and Long-Haired Hare; a "psychedelic stage" inspired by Scooby-Doo's 1960s and '70s soundtrack; an Animaniacs karaoke booth; The Flintstones–themed instruments; and a re-creation of Judy Jetson's bedroom. Other highlights are a "snowy dome-like environment" that looks at the upcoming feature film Smallfoot, starring Channing Tatum, Zendaya, James Corden and LeBron James; and a Get Animated Records pop-up record shop with vinyl artwork.
This year, Bugs Bunny turned 80. That's a lot of carrots. The wisecracking, wascally wabbit and his tormented archenemy Elmer Fudd are ageless legendary cartoons, and the Grammy Museum pays tribute to classic Looney Tunes and other Warner Bros. animation in its latest exhibit, "