Relive The Disney Magic At ArtScience Museum Singapore
If you’re a huge Disney fan, the newest Disney: Magic of Animation exhibition at the ArtScience Museum Singapore will be a lovely walk down memory lane. Discover the magic and inspiration behind some of your favourite Disney animations, featuring the classics like Steamboat Willie (1928) to Moana (2016).
The best part of it – you’ll get an exclusive sneak peek at some of the ORIGINAL artworks from the upcoming highly anticipated Frozen 2!
Excited yet? Here’s what you can expect.
Disney: Magic of Animation
Dates: Oct. 26, 2019 – March 29, 2020
Opening hours: 10:00am-7:00pm, daily
Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Getting tickets to the ArtScience Museum
Skip the line when you pre-book your ArtScience Museum Singapore tickets on Klook, there’s simply no time to waste lining up for tickets. If you plan on spending the whole day there, we suggest getting the combo package that allows you to visit BOTH Future World : Where Art Meets Science and Disney : Magic of Animation on the same day!
Disney: Magic of Animation Exhibition
1. Bringing Drawings to Life
You can’t think about Disney without mentioning the MVP Mickey Mouse! Featuring Steamboat Willie (1928), the FIRST Disney cartoon to have sounds synchronised with the animation on screen, this exhibition slowly uncovers how they’ve brought these 2D illustrations to life.
Spin the reel and watch Mickey come alive!
2. The Magic Begins
Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, it’s off to work we go ~ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) is another classic that almost all of us have watched over and over again when we were little. Did you know that this was the world’s FIRST feature length animated film in Technicolor?
Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? It’s YOU! Rearrange the different accessories on the mirror and level up your selfie with the cutest stickers.
Discover the story sketches and the display of the multi-pane camera that transformed the way Disney animated movies were made.
3. Producers of Magic
Every visit to Disneyland brings right in front of Sleeping Beauty’s castle. At the exhibit, you’ll be able to see different artistic styles of the castle and concept art that brought to life the Sleeping Beauty movie (1959).
4. Towards New Dimensions
No Disney movie is complete without a killer soundtrack you can belt out to in the shower. As Disney’s films began to evolve, the use of computer graphics and leading broadway artists have brought to us the striking films of the 1990s.
Stop by Pride Rock and catch a couple of scenes out of the Lion King (1994). You have been warned, there will be tear-jerking scenes.
You too can try your hand out at accompanying music! Pick up a sound equipment and clap it when the symbol flashes on the screen. From the sounds of Khan galloping in the wind to the force of the great typhoon, work together with your Disney squad to bring the movie alive!
5. Bringing People Together
What truly hits home about Disney movies is the clever way they weave in impactful messages like the importance of family bonds, cultural diversity and respect for nature, which includes films like Wreck-It Ralph (2012), Frozen (2013), Big Hero 6 (2014) and Moana (2016).
Also in this section is and exclusive peek at never before seen artworks from the yet to be released Frozen 2!
Apart from cute figure collectibles and homeware sets, there are also Disney themed T-shirts for you to wear your Disney spirit loud and proud!
P.S. You will be tempted to buy EVERYTHING.
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