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This never-before-seen exhibition allows visitors to discover the artistic process and step behind-the-scenes to explore how one of the most influential animated films in history was produced: Walt Disney’s 1940 feature-length masterpiece Pinocchio.
Explore the first-ever retrospective of Mel Shaw, an artist, storyteller, and Disney Legend, whose artwork influenced some of the most significant animated films of all time, from Fantasia (1940) to The Lion King (1994). Shaw’s own life story was as romantic and adventuresome as the animated stories he helped bring to life.
The Walt Disney Family Museum is proud to announce that the inaugural Diane Disney Miller Lifetime Achievement Award will be awarded to Disney Legend and songwriter Richard Sherman.
The Walt Disney Family Museum is proud to announce our newest exhibition, Tomorrowland: Walt's Vision for Today, on view from July 22 through December 7, 2015! Guest-curated by Academy Award®-winning director, writer, and producer BRAD BIRD, this engaging multimedia exhibition showcases Walt Disney as a technological innovator, science fiction storyteller, and futurologist by spotlighting his vision of Disneyland’s groundbreaking Tomorrowland.
A complete, detailed listing of what's happening at The Walt Disney Family Museum in June 2015, including two an exhibition, talks, lectures, classes, workshops, activities, and special programs!
The Walt Disney Family Museum is proud to announce that it has recently constituted an Advisory Committee to complement its Board of Directors. The Committee is made up of eleven extraordinary individuals whose insight, experience, and vision—grounded in their remarkable personal and professional achievements—will provide important strategic guidance for the museum in carrying out its innovative mission and expanding its outreach and impact.
We’re proud to announce our partnership with Taste Catering & Event Planning. As the museum’s culinary partner, Taste Catering will run operations at the Museum Café, offering light seasonal fare inspired by the local market, growers, and purveyors. Through the new partnership, Taste Catering will also assume the exclusive responsibility for producing special events at the museum.
A complete, detailed listing of what's happening at The Walt Disney Family Museum in April 2015, including two an exhibition, talks, lectures, classes, workshops, activities, and special programs!
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.
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.