from the things-to-listen-to dept.
yodelingjedi writes "Pixar's CG models, paintings, pencil drawings, maquettes, color scripts, and sketches are the subject of the special exhibit Pixar: 20 Years of Animation, now being held at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC until February 6 of '06. A complete Pixar film retrospective is being shown as well.
What's especially cool is that MoMA, like some other museums, is providing a Podcast you can load into your mp3 player and listen to as you're standing beside a specific artwork. Be sure to check out MoMA's RSS feed and listen to the Exhibition Guide (entries 670 to 688.) Each mp3 file corresponds to a numbered artwork.
A link on the Pixar exhibit page, Listen to the audio program, brings up a Flash presentation with the same audio as the Podcast, but of lower quality. It does have sample images though. Perhaps MoMA should provide an enhanced Podcast? Enjoy!"
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