The visual exhibition at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis features artwork, costumes and other pieces used in the concept and production for “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” an animated feature and television series from Lucasfilm Animation.
Children and families to the museum will be able to visualize the characters, the stories, and the worlds of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, as they view maquettes, concept designs, and artwork from the series. Costumes, props, models and character art from the live-action feature films are also part of the display.
Animation scale models introduce visitors to the characters of The Clone Wars and the process by which these characters were created, designed, and brought to life. Framed digital prints of original Clone Wars art and environments allow visitors a look into worlds beyond the stars.
In addition to lightsabers and costumes from the movies, a full-sized Jedi starfighter will be displayed in the museum’s Welcome Center.
The animated series covers an exciting era in the Star Wars Saga, taking place between Episodes II and III. As the Clone Wars sweep through the galaxy, the heroic Jedi Knights struggle to maintain order and restore peace.
Led by Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, the heroic forces of the Galactic Republic valiantly resist the evil Count Dooku and his sinister Separatist agents.
The exhibition will be at the museum through January 31, 2010.