STREET TO SCREEN | CAR CLASSIC 2014 | SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26 | ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN, PASADENA, CA

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26
ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN, PASADENA, CA

STREET TO SCREEN | CAR CLASSIC 2014

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26
ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN, PASADENA, CA

Exhibitors


This is your chance to admire the many cars that you’ve seen on the street and on screen throughout the years assembled in one place. Here are just a few of the star attractions:

Three of the Batmobiles from Warner Bros.’ original Batman movie franchise designed by Art Center’s Tim Flattery (Chair, Entertainment Design) and alumnus Harald Belker
George Barris-designed Batmobile from the hit ’60s TV series
Galpin Auto Sports’ Scooby-Doo-inspired “Mystery Machine” and the “Red Mist Mustang” from Kick Ass
World debut of the Blastolene Brothers’ newest creation — Rocket Bike III
Full-sized HotWheels vehicles — Darth Vaderand Deora II — designed by Art Center alumni Bryan Benedict and Chip Foose
1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SC previously owned by Clark Gable
1957 Dual-Ghia convertible driven by such stars as the Rat Pack, Lucille Ball and Ava Gardner
1968 Bullitt Ford Mustang
Thomas Crown Affair Dune Buggy replica
Nissan BladeRider Concept Car
2015 Alfa Romeo 4C

If you or someone you know is interested in exhibiting this year, please click to get the application form.

We welcome exhibitors with vehicles from all eras—classic to modern to concept—that represent the finest examples of automotive design from “Street to Screen,” whether on camera or behind the scenes.

Please complete the Exhibitor Application Form (submitting a separate application for each vehicle) and return it with photos of the vehicle to carclassic@artcenter.edu or mail to Art Center Car Classic, c/o Christine Hanson, Art Center College of Design, 1700 Lida Street, Pasadena, CA 91103.

Applicants selected for exhibition will receive one complimentary General Admission ticket to the event. In lieu of an exhibitor fee, entrants will be encouraged to enhance their experience through a range of attractive meal options and patron opportunities.

Net proceeds from the event will go towards supporting student scholarships for our next generation of designers.

For questions or further information, please contact Christine Hanson at 323.578.4834 or carclassic@artcenter.edu.