Pim & Pom at the Museum: a preschool 2D animated series (26×5′) based on world famous works of art
PIM & POM AT THE MUSEUM is an animation series, 26 episodes, about two curious cats Pim & Pom who take children on a discovery journey through the fascinating world of art. Famous international art collections from Dutch museums form the backdrop for the animated series Pim & Pom at the Museum. Each episode the two cats dive into a work of art and discover that nothing is what it seems!
THE ART & MUSEA
The aim is to let the toddlers and preschoolers look through the eyes of Pim and Pom at “difficult” subjects such as paintings and sculptures from the 17th century or modern abstract works. Pim and Pom integrate the artworks into their own fantasy world. The art works, such as The Girl with the Pearl Earring’ by Vermeer, The Nightwatch by Rembrandt, and ‘Victory Boogie Woogie’ by Mondriaan belong to the collections of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, the Kunstmuseum The Hague, the Mauritshuis, the Van Gogh museum, the Rijksmuseum Kroller-Muller and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
ONLINE & LINEAR TV VIEWERS
In The Netherlands the total average market share in the age group of 3 to 5 years old is for the first run 34%. From the ages of 6 to 8 years old it is 38%, and 6 to 12 years old 24%. Online 768.000 children have seen all the episodes at school and worked with the extra educational materials specially made for schools. The potential viewers in the age range of 3 tot 7 years old is 1M children in the Netherlands.
|CAST:||English dubbing by Georgina Verbaan|