The exhibition opened in November and runs through September 2018.
“We do experimental, outside-of-the-box stuff. That’s where we want to be,” IAO board president David Smith said.
The free exhibit remains open through Jan. 12.
Christmas at the Elms concludes with the traditional New Year’s Day Brunch on Jan. 1.
It took the movie’s expansive team of artists as many as 10 days to paint the frames for just one second of film.
The exhibit includes a collection of drawings, sketching and prints on loan from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
An official afterparty will be held across the street at FlashBack RetroPub.
What began as a themed show planned by local band The So Help Me’s has ballooned into an unofficial Burton fan gathering.
Here are a few things to keep in mind as the calendar shifts away from summer.
The gallery currently features an exhibition by artist David Holland.