Creative Galaxy 1 Season 2014

An Amazon Original Series

Season 1
Available on Prime
(1,198) IMDb 7.1/10
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1. Arty's Masterpiece/A Home for Bunny TV-Y CC

ARTY'S MASTERPIECE: The library Arty's mom designed is just BLAH and no one wants to stay and read. Gallaria on Museo and Pablo on the Painting Planet help Arty create a beautiful pointillism painting to make the space a better place to be! A HOME FOR BUNNY: After finding a space bunny out in the cold, Arty and Annie travel to Buildora and work with his architect Mom to build the bunny a new home.

Starring:
Christian Distefano, Samantha Bee
Runtime:
28 minutes
Original air date:
June 27, 2014

Available to watch on supported devices.

Arty's Masterpiece/A Home for Bunny [HD]

Season 1
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Product Details

Genres Kids & Family
Director Michele L. Band, Larry Jacobs
Starring Christian Distefano, Samantha Bee
Supporting actors Amariah Faulkner, Susan Roman, Deanne Degruijter, Brad Adamson, Kira Gelineau, Brian L. Pickett, Justin Seligman
Season year 2014
Network Amazon Studios
Producers Hilary Wolk
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Kids love this show (3-5 years old).
Mr Rich
Great show, even used some ideas from the show for arts and crafts projects with the kids.
Erin S. Gebhart
He wants to watch the episodes every day.
Cecilia Scaglioni Weinlich

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Shah on October 1, 2014
Format: Amazon Instant Video
I usually don't write reviews on shows. A little about me and how I rate: I'm a parent who attempts to find shows that will not only entertain my son (4-yrs), but educate, inspire, or teach him values. I'm not a fan of 'empty' cartoons.

Before having my son watch 'Creative Galaxy', I actually first watched an episode myself. I was impressed and knew right away, not only would he enjoy it; but also, how it would impact him. The show inspires creativity and mildly educates. After watching an episode, he immediately built a house for his alien... using glue, glitter, pipe straws, and crayons. I also like how immediately after the animated show, they show real children making projects based upon the concepts of the preceding show. Hence the name, "Creative Galaxy".

Now, the only caveat would be that I've only seen 2 episodes; I hope the quality and content remain high.
A rare gem in a sea of children's shows!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on April 22, 2013
Absolutely loved the idea of this show and the message it teaches kids. Refreshing to see a show that focus' on the importance of art as a problem solving tool. Very cute and would hope to see more!
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Music on July 8, 2014
Having worked in the animation industry as a composer for 30 years, and more recently as a writer of children's programing, here’s my detailed critique .

THE SHOW’S LOOK

Wonderful coloring and color palate. This is not as easy as it looks. Especially in what they call FLASH 2D (2 1/2D–3D like shading). Though many reviewers complained about the look, I found it cute and very exceptible in the financial limitations they must have had. This is NOT a Dreamwork’s budget! It makes a difference.

THE CONCEPT

Having a show that deals with art, when there is a glut of STEM shows (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is not only refreshing but, adds a needed balance in the marketplace of children’s programming and some RIGHT brained thinking!

INTERACTIVITY / A FALSE RELATIONSHIP WITH AN ON-SCREEN CHARACTER

It has been a concern from Dr. Dimitri Christakis at Washington University and Dr. Micheal Rich (CMCH - Center on Media and Child Health) where talking out the screen (the 4th wall) creates an unreal interaction and relationship with the onscreen characters and your kids at home. For example, Arty, “Will you help count the crayons with me”. Young at home viewer ”I can’t, I have to go potty first” Arty, ”Great! Let’s do it together”.

With scripting of this nature, there is nothing to block this type of exchange and resulting confusion. Though this is called interactive educational content – it is NOT. It’s not a two way communication scheme. Rather it’s entra-active (within one’s self, your child’s own perception of the communication). Questions to children from ANY show should NOT be directed for a response. Here’s an example of how it might be better employed.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Lichtenstein on April 19, 2013
My 5 year old loved this and wants more. He especially liked " when they created the library and used paint."
Please make more!
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By K C Michaels on April 19, 2013
Really great concept, using art and animation. Really liked the fact how at the end of show detailed descriptions are made for the art project. Hope to see much more of this. Great job!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Wordsworth49 on April 29, 2013
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I didn't love it, but my daughter did. Like all shows designed for the toddler set, it was quite formulaic and deliberately predictable. However, my daughter, who is 4 and is usually beyond a lot of other shows targeted at toddlers really liked this and kept on watching it. She said it was because she like the pictures and seeing how they made the art. I think she also liked the little pink friend who made funny noises. Personally, I think they should give Arty a different space ship.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By NYC Book Lover on April 29, 2013
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The world is really pretty. Love how all the elements look like you can reach out and grab them. Also a big fan of the creativity curriculum. Can see lots of kids watching the show and then going off to make their own creations.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PupDaddy on April 29, 2013
My nephew can't wait to see more of Creative Galaxy. Already he wants to make the little cotton ball bugs shown in the preview. The format should really get kids excited about art, crafts, and creating things from their imaginations. Love it!
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