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Workshops
Sun, Sep 15 | 10:30am–12:30pm

Walt’s passion for the natural world came to the forefront in the 1940s and 50s when he financed the production of the True-Life Adventures (1948–1960), a documentary series focusing on animals and their natural habitats. He wanted these films to entertain, educate, and encourage audiences to care

Workshops
Sat, Sep 14 | 10:30am–noon

As featured in Gallery 8, horses starred prominently in the classic Disney television series Zorro (1975). Zorro’s reliable steed, Tornado, would swiftly (and regularly) carry his rider out of precarious situations. In this workshop, create an animation of a horse galloping with particular focus on

Workshops
Sat, Aug 10 | 1–2:30pm

One of the most memorable sequences in Disney animation history involves the magical transformation of Cinderella’s ragged dress into a beautiful, twinkling ballgown. In this workshop, learn more about the classic film Cinderella (1950), as featured in Gallery 7, and learn to use elements of

Workshops
Sat, Aug 10 | 10:30am–noon

One of the most memorable sequences in Disney animation history involves the magical transformation of Cinderella’s ragged dress into a beautiful, twinkling ballgown. In this workshop, learn more about the classic film Cinderella (1950), as featured in Gallery 7, and learn to use elements of

Workshops
Sat, Jul 27 | 1–2:30pm

Learn more about the South American tour and Victory Through Air Power in Gallery 6, and then join us to create your own animation of a soaring plane, using timing and spacing to chart its path through the sky.

Workshops
Sat, Jul 27 | 10:30am–noon

Learn more about the South American tour and Victory Through Air Power in Gallery 6, and then join us to create your own animation of a soaring plane, using timing and spacing to chart its path through the sky.

Workshops
Sat, Jul 13 | 1–2:30pm

In 1941, a little flying elephant charmed the world in Dumbo. While making the film, animators were challenged with animating flight in a way that looked not only whimsical, but believable. We invite you to read about the production of Dumbo in Gallery 6, then join us in learning how to use timing,

Workshops
Sat, Jul 13 | 10:30am–noon

In 1941, a little flying elephant charmed the world in Dumbo. While making the film, animators were challenged with animating flight in a way that looked not only whimsical, but believable. We invite you to read about the production of Dumbo in Gallery 6, then join us in learning how to use timing,

Workshops
Thu, Sep 5 | 4–7pm

Enjoy light refreshments and connect with other educators while exploring the museum’s galleries. Visit the Learning Center to preview the Education Department’s newest school experience offerings for the 2019–20 academic year.

Talks
Sat, Sep 28 | 1pm

Join Vice President of Disney Marketing and Disneynature Creative Lead Paul Baribault as he discusses his own contributions to documentary filmmaking and public education, and explores how the Studios’ current Disneynature documentaries take inspiration from and strive to continue Walt’s original

Talks
Sat, Aug 17 | 2pm

Mary Blair was a powerful creative force who shaped the artistic direction of The Walt Disney Studios for decades, finding success during a time in history when men were often granted lead creative positions. Despite this challenge, and thanks in part to Walt Disney’s faith in her vision, Blair

Talks
Sat, Jul 13 | 2pm

In the 2013 Annie Award-winning Disney short Get a Horse!, audiences took a trip back in time to Walt Disney’s earliest Mickey Mouse cartoons. Animated in a 1920s-era black and white style and complete with original sound clips—including Walt Disney providing the original voice of Mickey—the short

Films
Sat, Jun 8 & Sun, Jun 9 | 10:30am–12:30pm

Experience the animation’s next generation at this special screening of our 2019 Teen Animation Festival International Official Festival Selections. This unique screening features short animated films done by teens ages 13 to 19 using differing technologies and techniques such as stop-motion, 3D,

Films
May | Select Saturdays & Sundays | 1pm
No screenings Saturday, May 4 & 18

Considered by many to be Walt’s finest animated film, Pinocchio was not only groundbreaking and innovative, but heartwarming and enchanting as well. With the help of a wise cricket as his conscience, a living puppet sets out to prove he is worthy of becoming a real boy in this imaginative take on Ca

Films
May | Select Saturdays & Sundays | 4pm
No screening Saturday, May 18

“Magic Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?” Find out the answer to that age-old question by joining us for a screening of Walt’s first full-length animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Special Events
Sat, June 1 & Sun, June 2 |
Public invited to June 2 screenings ONLY
Submit your film to our festival—or join us June 2 for screenings of select TAFI 2019 films created by young animators from all across the globe.
Workshops
RESCHEDULE: Sat, May 4 | 1–2:30pm

Animating on celluloid—or “cels” for short—can be traced back to the early 1900s when Winsor McCay was one of the first artists to pioneer the technique in his film The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918). During this workshop, you can experiment with this tried-and-true technique. 

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Workshops
RESCHEDULED: Sat, May 4 | 10:30am–Noon

Animating on celluloid—or “cels” for short—can be traced back to the early 1900s when Winsor McCay was one of the first artists to pioneer the technique in his film The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918). During this workshop, you can experiment with this tried-and-true technique. 

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