The animation company Pixar will celebrate its 25th Anniversary in Hong Kong Heritage Museum. If you love to go to movies and enjoy animated films like Monster Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Up or Toy Story, this exhibition might be worth to take a closer look. The Hong Kong Heritage museum opened its door to celebrate the characters and work created by the famous Pixar Animation Studios and more than 400 items will be on display (including short films, storyboards, colorscripts, marquettes and special one-of-a-kind media installations).
Some of these artworks have never been displayed outside the Pixar studio before and for all of you who are wondering how these movies are made and how the concept of CG (computer generated) animation works, this is your chance to take a precious look not only into the craftsmanship and work behind the movies, but also into the concept and making of these movies.
The “blockbuster exhibition” hosted by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum is on display from March 28, 2011 till July 11, 2011.
Admission prices Thursdays-Monday:
HK$ 20 per person
HK$ 14 per person (groups > 20 people)
HK$ 10 for students, senior citizens (> 60 years) and people with disabilities
Admission prices Wednesday:
HK$ 10 per person
HK$ 7 per person (groups > 20 people)
HK$ 5 for students, senior citizens (> 60 years) and people with disabilities
Visitors, who purchase a standard full-priced ticket (HK$ 20), will receive a memo gift pad with some coupons.
Furthermore, the exhibition has been very hot in the last days. Prepare to stand in-line, especially on weekends and holidays. If possible try to avoid the weekends and holidays.