A show at The Perot Museum explains Pixar’s animation process with interactive exhibits DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writertaffet@dallasvoice.com “I wish I could be an animator,” second-grade student Arturo said to me at the press preview of the Perot Museum’s new exhibit, The Science Behind Pixar. “You can,” I told him, and his eyes widened, and we continued to play.
Mostly, he showed me how some of the exhibits worked. The museum opened the Pixar exhibit last week with one of the oddest — and most fun — press previews ever.
Along with cameras from area TV stations and wandering reporters with note pads were the second graders from nearby Uplift Luna Preparatory School.
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