The 10th Anniversary 2016-17 Season closes with a blockbuster event!
This exclusive exhibition features a unique display of art and objects that illustrate the 100+ year history, allure and creative process of stop motion animation. Vivid Increments presents production art, posters, puppets, props, toys and video exploring the genre including King Kong (1933), The Black Scorpion (1957), Jack the Giant Killer (1962), Planet of Dinosaurs (1977), “Gumby” (1980-90’s), Mars Attacks (1996), James and the Giant Peach (1996), ParaNorman (2012) and Kubo and the Two Strings (2016).
In addition, a series of special educational events will feature movie screenings, presentations and workshops with appearances by experts from the field of stop motion animation. We are honored to host Stephen Wathen, serving as Artist-In-Residence to the programming. The exhibition is Co-Curated by Dennis Lancaster and William Wilson in recognition of those working in this incredible media, from the early pioneers such as Dawley, O'Brien, Pal & Harryhausen, to the contemporary animation studios of Aardman, Clokey & Laika.