Creative Galaxy 1 Season 2014

An Amazon Original Series

Season 1
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(352) IMDb 6.9/10
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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:
Susan Roman, Amariah Faulkner
Runtime:
28 minutes
Original air date:
June 27, 2014

Available in HD on supported devices.

Arty's Masterpiece/A Home for Bunny

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    1. Arty's Masterpiece/A Home for Bunny 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.

    TV-Y 28min June 27, 2014
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    2. Mom's Birthday/A Present for Baby Georgia MOM'S BIRTHDAY: It's Mom's birthday! But what should Arty make for her? Arty flies to Sculpturon where Seraphina helps Arty create a mosaic heart sculpture to show just how much he loves her. A PRESENT FOR BABY GEORGIA: Baby Georgia won't stop crying and Arty wants to help! He flies to Fabrictopia and with the help of Fabiana sews a soft stuffie for Baby Georgia to hug.

    TV-Y 29min June 27, 2014
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    3. Jackson's Action Painting/Arty Plays Safari JACKSON'S ACTION PAINTING: Arty and Jackson go to painting class on Paintoria. The boys have a lot of energy and can't sit still. So Pablo introduces a style of painting for their mood: action painting! ARTY PLAYS SAFARI: Annie has a toucan mask and Arty wants a mask too. Arty and Annie travel to Paperia and Captain Paper shows them how to make animal masks to bring their pretend play to life!

    TV-Y 29min June 27, 2014
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    4. Annie's Bracelet/Arty's Team Shirts ANNIE'S BRACELET: After losing her new beaded bracelet, Arty and Annie fly to Sculpturon where silly Seraphina helps them make a new one. ARTY'S TEAM SHIRTS: Arty's space-ball team needs t-shirts to wear for the team photo, but the kids can't seem to agree on just one color. On Fabrictopia, Fabiana teaches them about tie-dye and they create matching shirts using all the colors they like.

    TV-Y 30min June 27, 2014
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    5. Annie's Flowers/Arty's Indoor Campout ANNIE'S FLOWERS: Arty and Annie are in the flower garden when--ACHOO! Annie is allergic to flowers. Captain Paper shows Arty how to make flowers that won't make Annie sneeze--tissue paper flowers! ARTY'S INDOOR CAMPOUT: Arty and Dad are planning a campout until the rain ruins everything! Arty sees Van Gogh's "Starry Night" painting and is inspired to make a nightlight that brings the "stars" inside.

    TV-Y 29min June 27, 2014
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    6. Jackson's Dog/Arty's Play JACKSON'S DOG: Jackson's dog, Splatter runs away and can't be found. Arty and Jackson race to Drawopolis, where Sketch shows them how to draw Splatter. With the help of the picture, they are able to find the missing dog. ARTY'S PLAY: Arty, Annie, and Juju can't put on their play without props! Arty soars to Paintoria, where Pablo and his paint pots help Arty paint a rocket ship for the play.

    TV-Y 30min June 27, 2014
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    101. Art Is Everywhere: Nature You and your preschooler can extend the Creative Galaxy experience by finding art...in nature. We explore the beauty and unique designs of the outdoors and look at shapes, textures and colors. We guide you with conversations starters that inspire your young artist and show you how to make artwork out of nature. This activity helps to develop observational skills and to see things in a whole new way!

    TV-Y 2min June 27, 2014
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    102. Art Is Everywhere: Photography You and your preschooler can extend the Creative Galaxy experience by finding art...through a photo safari! We guide you with step-by-step with instructions and conversations starters that inspire your young artist and show you how to make a photo collage. It's a fun way to help your child develop their creativity and ability to look at the world through a new lens!

    TV-Y 2min June 27, 2014
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    103. Art Is Everywhere: Food You and your preschooler can extend the Creative Galaxy experience by finding art...in your food. We step into the kitchen to explore the colors, shapes, textures and unique beauty of foods. We guide you with conversations starters that inspire your young artist and show you how to make artwork out of food. This activity helps children learn about self-expression and is educational and delicious!

    TV-Y 2min June 27, 2014
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    Preview Find out more about Creative Galaxy, from the creator of Blue's Clues. An Amazon Original pilot, more episodes available soon exclusively to Amazon Prime Members.

    TV-Y 1min April 19, 2013

Product Details

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

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8 of 8 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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9 of 10 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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7 of 8 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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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By momma lea on April 25, 2013
I liked it and more importantly my 2 year old son did. The best part was when it was over he yelled, "I want to paint!" That's a big deal, because he'd rather play trains or some type of sport. I'm not a huge fan of the music so far, but he liked it. The bleeping part was odd too. It made me think of Daniel Tiger's little noises he makes, but didn't seem to fit like DT's do. They just seemed out of place. Someone said that they'd like to see more how-to in the show and I feel like that's our job as parents. I feel the show is meant to inspire, not teach. I'm looking forward to seeing more!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Wolfgangswaim on April 24, 2013
My three year loves this episode. He has it completely memorized. We need more creative galaxy as soon as possible! As a teacher I love the vocabulary and the way it fosters imagination and ideas!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Julie Cork on May 2, 2013
This is a show my little boy (two going on three) seemed to enjoy. Featuring rockets and painting, when it was over he first asked to paint for a while, then when he was finished asked for more rockets. So it certainly passed the kid test.

As the parent who would be watching/ listening to it in the background, there were some elements I found irritating enough that I might avoid the show, in spite of my child's enjoyment:

First, the music. It's very autotuned, and the vocals manage to sound as though they are being dragged through molasses by the beat. Perhaps they were going for a spacey sort of sound, but really it's just very irritating. As the parent who might suffer with this as an earworm, the music really does matter.

Second, if you're going to feature real kids at the end, it seems more engaging if those kids are allowed to speak a bit for themselves instead of having an adult speak for them.

All that said, I think this show has real potential. Judging by the artwork, the animation style looks like it will be cute and appealing. You could do a lot with rockets and art.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. M. Gillen on April 26, 2013
My three-year-old begged me to play it over and over again. I found it to be educational and age appropriate. We both hope this show continues.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Natky on April 24, 2013
Really cute! I can see how gorgeous it will look when it is fully animated. Enjoyed the story -- totally forgot about pointillism from art class oh so long ago. Fun way to introduce art to kids --and parents :)
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