Field Trips, Virtual

Character Design

Ages
Grades 3–12
Date
Available by reservation Mon–Fri, 9am–2pm PST
Cost
$10 per student | $12 per teacher
Location
Virtual or on-site experience

Walt Disney was a storyteller whose characters captivated audiences through their unique personalities and distinct designs. In this School Experience, students gain an understanding of the fundamentals of character design. Learn more about the creative process and how to create unique and memorable character designs through the use of shape language, silhouette, and personality traits.

Please contact Natalie Chan, School and Outreach Coordinator, at nchan@wdfmuseum.org for any questions or to book your experience.

Virtual School Experiences occur online through Zoom. Students are required to have an internet connection, camera, and microphone in order to communicate with the class.

Virtual and On-site School Experiences

Our new Virtual and On-site Workshop offerings are activity-based, and available in either a one- or two-hour class. The two-hour session is more comprehensive and allows students more time to work on their projects.

Guided School Experiences combine a gallery tour and one of our hands-on workshops, allowing students to be creative while exploring Walt Disney’s life and work in meaningful ways. School Experiences appeal to a variety of learning styles and align with the Common Core State Standards.

Scholarship Information

Admission waivers are available for Title I schools. We will send a Title I waiver at a later date.

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