There’s a new Dr. Seuss exhibition coming, and it will finally let us explore his wondrous world.
“Oh, the places you'll go! There is fun to be done! There are points to be scored. There are games to be won.” -Dr. Seuss (Oh, the Places You’ll Go!)
No matter how old you are, Dr. Seuss’ stories will always speak to you. Proof of that is the success that his characters and message still have. From his books and drawings to movie adaptations, his artwork and well-crafted verses are still educating generations. And now, we have a chance to become physically immersed in his wondrous world thanks to an art exhibition honoring his work.
Oh, the places you’ll go! is the name of this exhibition, which has been touring North America. Inspired by the book of the same name, which is considered a classic of children's literature, Oh, the places you’ll go! will have a set of amazing halls devoted to some of Seuss’ most emblematic and beloved stories, like a main hall that includes a huge maze with some of the most iconic phrases from Seuss’ imaginary.
So, what else? What other places from Seuss' imagination will you be able to go? You will re-live classics like The Cat in the Hat, The Lorax (with a mesmerizing forest full of truffula trees!), If I Ran the Circus, Horton Hears a Who!, and during the holiday season, naturally, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Also, since the exhibition will be touring in different cities in North America, the creators of this exhibition will design a completely different, exclusive hall for each city.
Approved and in collaboration with Dr. Seuss Enterprises (company founded by Dr. Seuss’ widow, Audrey Geisel), the preparation and making of the entire exhibition have taken the team more than two years, and as they claim, it will be unlike anything we’ve seen before. Not only will the exhibition carry on with the company’s main aim of promoting literacy, but it will also focus on promoting core messages like the environment, inclusion, and tolerance.
Oh, the places you’ll go! is currently in Toronto and later it will move on to some of the major cities in the US.
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