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Star Wars Identities

By Max.C

Exhibition from: April 19, 2012 to September 16, 2012.
Were: (Canada - Qc) Montreal Science Center

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J.P. Targete

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JP Targete has been creating art for a long time. He started out as book cover illustrator doing fantasy and sci-fi traditional paintings for publishers like Tor books, Warner books, Bantam, Berkley books and...

Star Wars Identities

Attention all Star Wars fans!

Star Wars Identities

Attention all Star Wars fans, the power of the Force will reach the Montreal Science Center on April 19, 2012 for Lucas Films’ newest exhibition: Star Wars Identities. The expo is said to teach the visitor all about human identity through a character-driven adventure. 

From the official press release: How did Luke and Anakin, who share the same genes and grew up on the same planet, become such different people? Don't miss the world premiere of this unique travelling exhibition, which looks at the characters of Star Wars™—and you—in an exciting new way ----- An insightful investigation into the sciences of identity, developed by the Montréal Science Centre and a committee of scientific advisers, shedding light on what can make fictional characters who they are and what makes you.


Of course one of the main attractions will be not only the expo itself, but also the multiple Star Wars props, costumes, models and artwork that will set the theme to the visitor in his or her adventure. Among other displays, people will have the chance to see the infamous Darth Vader costume, the Millennium Falcon model and Anakin Skywalker’s full size Pod Racer. 

This is already looking like a solid exhibition for anybody looking for some Jedi inspiration, whether you’re a die-hard Star Wars fan, a sci-fi aficionado or simply enjoyed the movies. 

Come back to see our full event article and review as Slixart Force jumps to the Montreal Science Center in the spring, where Star Wars Identities will run from April 19, 2012 through September 16, 2012. 

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