In 1961, One Hundred and One Dalmatians became the first Disney film to use a new process in animation called Xerography. This new technique allowed for exact reproductions of the animators’ original drawings onto cels, instead of tracing them in ink. Ultimately, this technique also was responsible for the film’s extraordinary look. Experiment with the process of xerography in this hands-on workshop, by creating a caricature of yourself and a pet.
AgesAges 8 to adult
DateSun, Sep 16 | 1:30–3:30pm
CostSOLD OUT | $10 members | $15 non-members