Fans of DreamWorks Animation are in for a treat as two decades worth of animation films from the animation studio will come to life at “DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition”, held at Singapore’s ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands this June.
Curated by the Australian Centre for Moving Image (ACMI) in collaboration with DreamWorks Animation, the exhibition which is the first in Asia will feature all of DreamWorks’ 31 animation films and more than 400 displays, allowing visitors to learn and experience the behind-the-scenes process of the studios’ animation films from mere sketches to blockbuster hits.
Animate characters’ expression with the Face Poser.
Shrek and Donkey marquette featured in the exhibition.
The Dragon Flight, a 40-foot diameter, 180-degree panoramic screen.
The concept art of “The Croods” by Dominique Louis.
As quoted from Channel News Asia, ACMI CEO and Director Katrina Sedgwick said;
“The Australian Centre for the Moving Image is immensely proud to have collaborated with DreamWorks Animation to bring this amazing exhibition to life. Our plan was always to share it with the world after the enormously warm response from Australian audiences, so we are delighted that visitors to ArtScience Museum will now also have the chance to experience the creative world behind the on-screen magic of DreamWorks Animation.”
So, get ready to go behind the scenes of some of DreamWorks’ biggest box office animations like “How to Train Your Dragon”, “Shrek”, “Madagascar”, “Kung Fu Panda” and more on 13 June 2015 at the ArtScience Musuem.