Cartoon Art Museum to host Coraline exhibit

The Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco will present an original exhibit of props, puppets and artwork from the feature film Coraline from Jan. 24-Feb. 15.

The film, directed by Henry Selick and produced by Oregon-based LAIKA studios is a stop-motion animated feature shot in 3-D that will be released nationwide by Focus Features on Feb. 6.

The exhibit will feature nearly 80 pieces from the production of the film, including storyboards, sets, costumes and more. For more info about the 3-D stop-motion project, visit www.coraline.com.