From the original Toy Story  to Finding Nemo to the upcoming 4th installment of the Toy Story franchise, the characters in the unique and fantastic...

Pixar: 30 Years of Art & Animation

Location:

The Rocks
2000 NSW
Australia

Pixar Animation at the argyle cut

Event Details

From the original Toy Story  to Finding Nemo to the upcoming 4th installment of the Toy Story franchise, the characters in the unique and fantastic stories from Pixar Animation Studios have become beloved by audiences around the world. These incredible films are the result of collaboration between a team of creatives across many disciplines who combine traditional artistic media and techniques with cutting-edge computer technology.

“Pixar: 30 Years of Art & Animation,” a special project designed specifically for Vivid Sydney, takes audiences on a visual journey through Pixar Animation Studios’ creative process - showing visitors stunning projections of images from the early stages of a film’s development to the finished product. The installation showcases a variety of art forms including pencil drawings, acrylic paintings, watercolours, digital paintings and final film frames. Visitors will gain insight into how art, design and technology come together to bring the imaginative worlds of Pixar’s films to life. Using Vivid Sydney's projection technology, “Pixar: 30 Years of Art & Animation” showcases the beauty, emotion and evocative appeal of Pixar’s films and the art of animation as a whole. Finally, visitors will get a behind-the-scenes sneak-peek at images from the upcoming Toy Story 4, which hits cinemas June 20, 2019.

Lights On! from 7.30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Nights

Lights On! from 6.30pm Friday Nights

Lights On! from 6.00pm Saturday and Sunday Nights

 

Please note: access up Hickson Road to the projection is of a steep gradient and assistance may be required for some visitors. For more information on access options, please contact our Access and Inclusion team, vivid.access@dnsw.com.au

Country represented by installation: United States

Audio Description

Access and Inclusion

  • Audio described - Audio description is a service provided for patrons who are blind or have low vision. Trained audio describers give live, objective, verbal descriptions.
  • Wheelchair accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.