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A new exhibit for Guidraco

The exhibit The Imaginary Pterosaur was transferred to a new museum, for only four days (SESC Centro, Campina Grande, PB, Brazil) during a multicultural event that happens during Carnival. It is flying over a garden facing the audience. After this exhibit it will travel back to São Paulo.

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The pterosaur is back to the museum

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From January 18th to February 8th the Imaginary Pterosaur can be seen at Museu de Arte Assis Chateaubriand (MAAC) in Campina Grande, PB (Brazil).

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Besides the skeleton, the exhibit also includes educational panels about pterosaurs and paleontology, and a section with photos showing the process used to build the model out of foam.

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Visitors also get a free cut-out-your-own-pterosaur kit!

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There is a pterosaur in the museum

At XIII Festival de Arte de Areia (Areia, PB, Brazil)

During the first two days, it was flying over everyone.

During the last two days, it was in a “taking off” position.

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Imaginodactilus paraibanus


This is the Imaginary Pterosaur ‘assembled’ by the students of the Piollin Theater School. Piollin is a 30 year old theater group from northeastern Brazil. They have traveled all over the world and performed in several countries. In the city of João Pessoa, Paraíba, they have a very nice cultural center with theaters, where they research and devise their plays, a school, and spaces where they organize cultural events. It is located in the city of João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil. This picture was taken yesterday.

Tomorrow I will be back in São Paulo and will discover how to connect the bones. Now this project is almost finished. I have no idea what to do with this pterosaur now. Maybe I will hang it in my living room. If anyone has a better idea, I would love to hear about it.

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