Tim Burton's Batman
Arts & DIY
Who would win in a fight: Michael Caine's rendition of Alfred Pennyworth, or Aunt Harriet from the Batman TV show? Your answer probably depends on which is your favorite version of the franchise. For your consideration, we will examine one of the most unique and iconic versions to ever hit the streets of Gotham: Tim Burton's Batman!
We'll be referencing Burton's two entries into the series, Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992). For you movie buffs and film students, we'll be discussing some behind-the-scenes details of the productions and analyzing Burton's efforts. Plus, there will be trivia, games and prizes!
BYOB. By that, I mean Bring Your Own Bats. JK, you can bring beer.
All ages welcomeCancellation Policy
Dean studied Fine Art at Columbia College Chicago, where he earned his Bachelor Degree. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Chicago Publishers Resource Center (ChiPRC) and is its Arts Coordinator. He is a co-founder of Northside Independent Artists (NIA), which produces and curates art shows. Dean’s commissions include numerous portrait paintings, as well as postcard designs for theater companies TUTA and Darknight Theatrical Productions; flyer designs for rock band Arch Visceral Parlor and DJ Elle Madelyn; logo designs for Souls Journey Life Coaching and Athletic Souls; and illustrations for author John Wawrzaszek.