Pixar Exhibit Comes To The Franklin Institute

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The Franklin Institute welcomes a new interactive exhibit called “The Science Behind Pixar.” This exhibit has been on a multiple city tour produced and made by Pixar and the Boston Museum of Science.

Visitors to the exhibit can see characters in person like Buzz Lightyear, Dory from Finding Nemo, Mike and Sulley from Monsters Inc and Wall-E. The exhibit has 40 interactive displays throughout the floor you to see exactly how the Pixar artist creates these characters onto the big screen.

This exhibit opens tomorrow March 12th and ends on September 5th.

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