The pretty Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is celebrating 25 years of animated DreamWorks films with this extremely kid-friendly exhibition, appearing for the first time in the US in lovely little Spokane. Featuring concept drawings, rare production artifacts, a giant wall-sized cartoon storyboard, interactive hands-on displays, animated film clips, and plenty of other fascinating items, the exhibition’s highlight is perhaps the digital drawing kiosks, where kids (and adults) can make their own animated movie sequence on software developed by DreamWorks for its own animators. What a super wholesome way to spend the day.
by Meg van Huygen
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