We all know what a creative mastermind Tim Burton is, just look at his impressive catalog of films, and it appears that talent extends way beyond the filmmaker's ability to make creepy movies.

Judging from a new series of reports, fans in the Las Vegas area are in for a major treat with an upcoming event called Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum.

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According to a new report from Las Vegas Weekly, Burton will be showcasing his artwork in his first exhibit in almost 10 years. The exhibit will be in Las Vegas' Neon Museum from October 15, 2019 – February 15, 2020.

Simply titled Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum, the exhibit will: "feature new and previously displayed large-scale work by the celebrated filmmaker, animator and author, and will be staged in such a way as to take full advantage of the Neon Museum’s combination of indoor and outdoor spaces."

The statement continues on to read that Burton's exhibit will be site-specific, which will give the mastermind behind movies like The Nightmare Before Christmas and Edward Scissorhands, a chance to really reflect on his work:

"The show, a site-specific collaboration between the Museum and Burton, will allow the filmmaker to reflect on his creative legacy while showing his love for the Neon Boneyard, which he popularized during a memorable sequence in his 1996 comedy Mars Attacks.”

Of the event, Neon Museum president and CEO, Rob McCoy, shared in an emailed statement:

“To say we’re flattered that Mr. Burton has chosen our museum for this exhibition would be an understatement,” McCoy said. “But when you think about it, Tim is one of the few artists who can match the great imagination of Las Vegas.”

Furthermore, this exhibit is even more exciting due to that fact that it's the first time Burton's art will be showcased to an audience in the United States since his 2009 show at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

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