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MEDIA ALERT: The Walt Disney Family Museum to Receive Special Achievement Award at the 42nd Annie Awards

The International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood, will be honoring The Walt Disney Family Museum at the 42nd Annie Awards™ with a Special Achievement Award for its unique and significant impact on the art and industry of animation. Ron Miller—Walt Disney’s son-in-law and the president of The Walt Disney Family Museum’s Board of Directors—will be attending the award ceremony to receive the honor.

The Annie Awards ceremony will take place at UCLA’s Royce Hall on Saturday, January 31, 2015, and can be viewed online at annieawards.org/watch-it-live. 

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Lights! Camera! Glamour! The Photography of George Hurrell

Take a peek into the golden age of Hollywood with a new exhibition from The Walt Disney Family Museum, which brings together a selection of rare vintage prints from photographer George Hurrell’s amazing career in photography. Over 50 prints help shine a new light on his collaboration with his wife during the early days of television. All objects in this exhibition have been selected from the Pancho Barnes Trust Estate Archive—a collection of Hurrell photography that is arguably the best in the world in terms of both breadth and quality, containing important examples ofHurrell’s work that have been exhibited in museums around the globe.

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What's Happening — January 2015

A complete, detailed listing of what's happening at The Walt Disney Family Museum in January 2015, including two fantastic exhibitions, talks, lectures, classes, workshops, activities, and special programs!

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What's Happening — December 2014

A complete, detailed listing of what's happening at The Walt Disney Family Museum in December 2014, including two new exhibitions, talks, lectures, classes, workshops, activities, and special programs!

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What's Happening — November 2014

A complete, detailed listing of what's happening at The Walt Disney Family Museum in November 2014, including two new exhibitions, talks, lectures, classes, workshops, activities, and special programs!

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