Art From the Fuzzy and Famous was a touring exhibit organized by the Children's Television Workshop in 1998 to thank the many children and their families who have supported Sesame Street throughout the years. The collection contained over 50 pieces of artwork created and contributed by a number of celebrities, Muppet performers and designers.

The tour visited twelve US cities. In New York City, the exhibit appeared at the Museum of Television and Radio, displayed in the Spielberg Gallery from February 17 to March 11, 1999. The tour made its final visit to Sotheby's in March of 1999. At its close, CTW hosted a gala event benefiting three children's charities: The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Reading Is Fundamental, and The National Black Child Development Institute.

During the exhibit's tour in New York City, Roscoe Orman and Elmo appeared on The Today Show to promote the gallery and feature some of the artwork.


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