Posted by Curto on November 23, 2011 at 06:47 AM CST
Stunning costumes, models, and artwork from the films. A complete interactive immersion into the world of Star Wars. Pick up your Lightsaber. Your adventure into identity awaits.

See Luke Skywalker, Anakin Skywalker, and all the unforgettable characters of Star Wars like never before! Visitors of all ages learn the components of human identity in this character-driven adventure into what makes us who we are.

Coming to Montr?al, Canada and Edmonton, California.

WHAT FORCES SHAPE YOU?

How did Luke and Anakin, who share the same genes and grew up on the same planet, become such different people? Don't miss this unique travelling exhibition, which looks at the characters of Star Wars - and you - in an exciting new way.

- A vast collection of Star Wars props, costumes, models, and artwork from the Lucasfilm Archives, including iconic items like Darth Vader?s costume, the Millennium Falcon model, and Anakin?s full-sized Podracer.

- An insightful investigation into the sciences of identity, developed by the Montreal Science Centre and a committee of scientific advisers, shedding light on what can make fictional characters who they are and what makes you you.

- A multimedia Identity Quest inviting you to create your own unique and personalized Star Wars identity.

- Behind the scenes insight into the creation of the characters of Star Wars and fun facts from the movie-making process.

To learn more about the exhibition go to: starwarsidentities.com
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