Scotland Loves Anime have recently announced two new exhibitions at their exhibit this year. Scotland often gets missed with anime festivals and Scotland Loves Anime is their attempt to try and increase anime output in Scotland. The two new exhibits are:
The Art of Haruhi
There will be 11 images with sketches and full sized shots of the full scenes of the show along with the final product. This is the first time that this has been shown in the UK and only the second time in all of Europe, so it’s well worth checking out if you’re in the local area. This exhibit is free and will be on display between the 8th October to the 17th October.
The final mini art exhibition for 2010 will be held at the Glasgow Film Theatre across the festival dates and will be in two glass cabinets in the main foyer. Over the two weeks come along and see a number of items from the weird and wonderful world of anime merchandising.
Ever wondered how much merchandise for Evangelion 2.0 there was? Or perhaps One Piece Strong World? Or any of the other films in the line-up for Scotland Loves Anime this year for that matter! Then now is your chance to find out, pop along during the weekend and check the displays out.
Featuring merchandise from Trigun Badlands Rumble, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, Evangelion 2.0 and One Piece Strong World!
For more information on this and all of the exhibits at Scotland Loves Anime, check out their official site here.