Everyone's favourite animated eccentric scientist and his grandson are getting their own art exhibition.
If you were to tell Rick Sanchez that he'd be the subject of an art appreciation show, his answer wouldn't be pleasant. As Rick and Morty fans know, his cantankerous attitude is just one of the things that makes the eccentric, alcohol-loving scientific genius so great. In fact, he'd probably take his 14-year-old grandson Morty Smith and hop on over to another part of the multiverse. Or, he'd sit and flip endlessly through interdimensional cable channels.
Still following us, animation aficionados? If so, the aforementioned Rick and Morty-focused exhibition is well and truly for you. The Scratch has asked a heap of fans to show their love for a duo that definitely aren't Doc Brown and Marty McFly by whipping up something painted, sketched or similar, and now they're asking you to come along from 6pm on March 22. Expect at least one piece to feature the phrase "wubba lubba dub-dub!" — or make you utter it.
There'll also be beer, of course. Rick definitely wouldn't approve if there wasn't any booze. There'll also be ample chances to watch and chat about the show in the spotlight. And that's the way the news goes.
Published on March 20, 2017 by Sarah Ward