DreamWorks Animation will hold an exhibition at the MAC starting on Sunday

Credit: DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition, Te Papa, New Zealand, 2015. Image by Kate Whitley

SPOKANE, Wash. – DreamWorks Animation invites the Interior Northwest to celebrate 25 years of animated filmmaking.

The exhibit, titled Journey from Sketch to Screen, will feature material from the world’s favorite animated films. It will include never-before-seen footage from DreamWorks classics like Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda and more.

The event is divided into four key areas: Character, Story, World, and Lobby. The first three areas cover the creative journey from idea to finished product, and the drawing room gives visitors the opportunity to interact with exclusive DreamWorks animation software. Spokane is also the first city to have this large-scale behind-the-scenes exhibit in the United States.

“We are thrilled to bring this remarkable DreamWorks Animation exhibit to the United States for the first time! We look forward to bringing visitors from across the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada to Spokane for this exhibit, as it is perfect for families and fans, students, art lovers and creative,” said Wes Jessup, Executive Director of the MAC.

The exhibition runs from March 27 to September 11. Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for seniors and students, $15 for children 6-17, and children five and under are free.

You can find more information about exhibitions at the MAC here.

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