Dreamworks 25th anniversary: the “outdoor” exhibition by Paris Musée Art Ludique

Published by Cécile D. · Published on 9 March 2020 at 18h07 · Updated on 11 March 2020 at 12h01
The Musée Art Ludique celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Dreamworks Animation Studio with a free “outdoor” exhibition. From March 20 to April 12, 2020, meet on 2A rue Montalembert to party with Shrek, Madagascar’s penguins, Po the panda, Megamind and many more fun heroes and animals!

The Musée Art Ludique invites us to a party: from March 20 to April 12, 2020, the Dreamworks Animation Studio celebrate their 25th anniversary! On this occasion, the museum throws a free exhibition on 2A rue Montalembert, and presents over 200 works, digital paintings and drawings that were used to create the movies we know and love!

Get the party favors out, we’re expected for quite a birthday! Jack Frost, Puss in Boots, the Croods and sharks are all here to highlight the work of their creators. Discover some 200 works displayed, original drawings and digital paintings to produce the movies. These pieces unveil the artistic dynamic of the studio and its artists creating these movies for us.

Cinephiles, Dreamworks movie fans and children can go behind the scenes and discover how their favorite movies were made. The exhibition is also paced with exclusive interviews of artists. We also find the gently provocative and humoristic spirit characterizing the Dreamworks works. Thanks to the different movies, we travel all around the world, from Egypt to China via Madagascar and Himalaya. This is also the occasion to get aware of the diversity of styles of drawings and animation making each movie so unique!

Let’s meet King Julian to “move it” to the birthday songs and enjoy this free exhibition delighting children and adults. C’mon, let’s meet at Musée Art Ludique and don’t forget to wish a happy birthday to Dreamworks Animation!

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
From 20 March 2020 to 12 April 2020



    2a Rue Montalembert
    75007 Paris 7


    Official website

    More informations
    L'exposition est visible tous les jours de 14h à 19h, et les mercredi, samedi et dimanche de 11h à 19h

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