Do you fancy yourself a bit of a Star Wars buff? Then you might want to make your way over to the Powerhouse Museum this November, where a massive exhibition of the iconic film series is set to kick off.
Last year marked 40 years since audiences were first introduced to the vast world of Star Wars. Since then, we’ve seen fans profess their love of the series in a multitude of different ways. Now, Aussie fans are set to receive a unique experience, with Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition kicking off in Sydney in a couple of months.
Hitting up Australia for the first time, the exhibition is set to feature 200 original Star Wars objects, and will give visitors the chance to create their own unique character throughout the interactive exhibit.
Featuring original costumes, models, props, artworks, and much more, fans are set to experience the world of Star Wars like never before as they go behind the scenes to see what went into making a classic film series such as this.
Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition takes over The Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo from November 16th until June 10th in 2019. Tickets are already available to purchase through the museum website, along with more info about what’s set to be included in this exhibit.
Just a heads-up though, if you’re planning on getting into the experience like any good fan would, the museum does warn patrons that masks and props are not allowed. So feel free to dress up like a Jedi or a Stormtrooper to your heart’s desire, just be sure to leave the lightsaber or helmet in the car.
Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition
Friday, November 16th, 2018 – Sunday, June 10th, 2019
The Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, NSW
Tickets and more info: MAAS