We often associate different colors with different emotions. In the Disney and Pixar hit animated feature Inside Out, each emotion is associated with a single color: yellow for Joy, blue for Sadness, red for Anger, green for Disgust and purple for Fear.
Do colors make you feel different emotions? Do they remind you of different people or experiences you’ve had? Can you describe a memory using only color? Join us in the Studio as we explore the connections of color and memories.
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Don’t miss our newest exhibit, Emotions at Play with Pixar’s Inside Out, developed by Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh in collaboration with Pixar Animation Studios © Disney / Pixar All rights reserved. Used under authorization.