“It would seem that New York is the first stop on a tour for the highly-regarded Pixar: 20 Years of Animation exhibit.“
They point to this link from The Science Museum in London.
“Ever wondered where Buzz Lightyear and Woody really came from, or how a whole family with superhero powers was imagined? Pixar have been making innovative movies such as Toy Story and The Incredibles for 20 years and have never let anyone see how they work. But now you can be among the first in the UK to see hundreds of artworks, models and digital paintings from their studios, plus two amazing audiovisual experiences unique to this exhibition. From rough sketches to finished films, Pixar: 20 Years of Animation takes you behind the scenes to discover the science and magic that created some of the most popular films ever made.”
The exhibit will be open from 1 April to 10 June 2006 and pre booking is advisable and will be available on line in March.
Prices: £9 adults, £7 children. Family discounts apply.
Where will the exhibit go after London? New Zealand? Australia? I guess we will have to wait and find out.