Pixar: 20 Years of Animation – Singapore Detailed

Before the Pixar exhibit returns home this summer (on July 31st), I’d like to take a more intimate look at its last stop in Singapore. The 20 Years of Animation exhibit will be at the Singapore Science Center until June 27th. Asia One takes a detailed look, discusses the two new additions (Zoetrope & Artscape) and shares many pictures as well (a few of which I’ve included below). The Urban Wire focuses their story on how each film is represented, along with the very cool interactive displays. Lastly, here’s one blogger’s look at the event. It looks like he and his friends had a great time soaking up all the Pixar artwork and displays.

I’ll have much more on the new Oakland exhibit when it returns (and goes through some improvements) later this summer.

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5 Responses to Pixar: 20 Years of Animation – Singapore Detailed

  1. richperrotti says:

    I hope that it winds up on the east coast eventually. It looks fantastic and reminds me of a highlight I encountered last year; “The World of Jim Henson” that was visited a Philly area museum for an extended stay. It had the same interactive, modeled and documented history of his and his company's work. This looks at least as good if not better!

  2. Pixartalk says:

    Yeah Rich, I hear you. I was hoping it would make it to Seattle. I may
    have to go to Oakland to see it.

  3. autumn sage says:

    The pixar exhibit at Oakland Museum was amazing.
    Who is the artist who drew the first image(age of the mouse)?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Do you have a pic?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Not sure. Let me look into it.

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