Wallace and Gromit at London’s Science Museum
Has anyone been lucky enough to visit the Wallace and Gromit London science museum exhibition. I hope to visit in the summer.
The exhibition was developed by Aardman Animation in conjunction with the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) and the Science Museum to inspire young people to be inventive and creative.
The UK’s IPO are using the exhibition as a vehicle to promote the idea of the value of good inventions and ideas and to also what can go wrong if they do not take steps to protect their intellectual property.
Here’s a link to an interview with Nick Park about the exhibition.
They have set up a dedicated website for the exhibition at http://www.crackingideas.com/exhibition/
They have a cool game on the page for children also.
The exhibition has cost a whopping £2.1 million sterling. And it will only run for six months. Starting in March 2009 so get your visit in now..before it is gone forever!
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