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Workshops Virtual
Sat, Aug 27 | 10:30am–noon PT

Every hero needs a dynamic pose, action, or movement to visually tell the audience how amazing they are. Join as we explore the dynamic acts of protagonists within the animated world, and then use traditional hand-drawn animation to create a hero fleeing a scene only to slide back to defend themself

Workshops
Sun, Aug 21 | 10:30am–12:30pm

This month marks the 80th anniversary of the feature-length film Bambi (1942). In the classic film, life in the woods is painted through breathtaking backgrounds and endearing woodland animal characters. Join us on a journey through the history of Bambi and its character designs. Then, using shape

Workshops Virtual
Sat, Jul 23 | 10:30am–noon PT

From the earliest years of animation to today, artists have relied on gag humor to entertain their audiences. One of the most famous animated characters known for their extreme and hilarious stunts is Goofy. Join us in this workshop as we celebrate this comedic character's 90th anniversary and the

Workshops Virtual
Sat, Jul 9 | 10:30am–noon PT

This year we celebrate the 90th anniversary of one of our favorite animated characters, Goofy. For generations, this lovable character has made quite the impression with his comedic antics and iconic laugh. Join us in this workshop as we explore the evolution of our pal Goofy, then examine different

Talks Virtual
Fri, Jun 24 | 5:30pm PT

Presented in honor of Pride Month 2022, join artist and voice actress Bret Parker as she discusses her 26-year career in animation. Parker recently found time away from her day job in the Animation Department at Pixar to make her own independent, animated, short film, Pete, based on a true story

The View-Master, a handheld stereoscope that allows for the viewing of three-dimensional photographs by clicking through reels, was introduced at the New York World’s Fair in 1939. William Gruber invented the View-Master system in conjunction with Harold Graves, the president of Sawyer’s Photographic Services. They capitalized on their license with The Walt Disney Studios to produce popular 3D reels and packets devoted to Disney’s animated characters, live-action feature films and television shows, and the newly opened Disneyland.

Joe Liptak, the creator of the majority of Disney’s View-Master 3D story sets for over 45 years, is revered for his exceptional artistry. The Walt Disney Studios provided Liptak with copies of production and story art, allowing him to maintain character integrity. Liptak had the ability to capture the characters’ on-model look, and he took great pride in never having any of his sculptures returned for revisions. Due to the meticulous care put into the sculpting of these delightful characters, Walt Disney’s story of The Jungle Book became a View-Master favorite.

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Department: Museum Store

Location: San Francisco

Status: Full-Time/Part-Time

Date: June 2022

FLSA Code: Non-Exempt

Hours: 20–23 hours, 3 days/week (Thursday–Sunday)
30 hours, 4 days/week (Thursday–Sunday)

Rate: $20/hour

Benefits: Eligible

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Sat, Jan 1 | CLOSED

The Walt Disney Family Museum is closed on New Year's Day.

Have a wonderful holiday! 

Sat, Dec 25 | CLOSED

The Walt Disney Family Museum is closed on Christmas Day.

Have a wonderful holiday! 

Thu, Nov 24 | CLOSED

The Walt Disney Family Museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day.

However, we will be open our normal hours on Friday, November 25. Have a wonderful holiday! 

Films
Sat & Sun, Jun 4–26 | 2pm

Join us in celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride Month with a month-long screening of Zootopia (2016), Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Academy Award®-winning film from directors Byron Howard and Rich Moore. Zootopia is the story of a place where—no matter what you are, from the biggest elephant to the smallest

 

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Walt Disney's The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece

Walt Disney's The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece
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Save 45% on combined attraction admission to The Walt Disney Family Museum and 3 other top San Francisco attractions

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Please note: Masks are required to attend in-person programming in our theater for all guests ages two and older. Please visit our Welcome Back page for more information.

Main museum hours are 10am–5:30pm with last entry at 4:30pm and special exhibition hours are 10am–5pm with last entry at 4pm; the museum is open Thursday–Sunday, closed Monday–Wednesday, January 1, Thanksgiving Day, and December 25. On December 24 and 31, the main museum will close at 4pm with last entry at 3pm and Walt Disney's The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece will close at 3pm with last entry at 2pm. For further information about our hours or admission prices, please contact Ticket Desk at 415.345.6800. Operating hours are subject to change, please check our calendar prior to planning your visit.

Go SF and CityPASS: Advanced reservations are not required for Go SF or CityPASS ticket holders. Upon arrival at the museum, simply present your Go SF ticket or CityPASS ticket at the main entrance to receive the next available admission time. Please note, you may experience a minimal wait and we apologize in advance for any inconvenience. Go SF and CityPASS tickets do not include special exhibitions or film screenings.

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Classes
Mon–Fri, Jun 20–Jul 1 | 9am–3pm

In this two-week class, be prepared to reimagine ideas and designs as you learn what it takes to be an animator. Using animation principles and paper cut-outs, various methods and practices will be explored. After multiple animation samples, students will then use their new skills to create a unique

Classes
Mon–Fri, Jun 6–17 | 9am–3pm

Story is the foundation of every great book or film.


Imagine the reluctant hero of your own design journeying off into a world of unknown trials and tribulations. Will they choose the trail into the dark woods or the road leading to a small town? As the storyteller and illustrator, you make the

Classes
Tue–Fri, Jul 5–8 & Mon–Fri, Jul 11–Jul 15 | 9am–3pm

Please note: Due to the holiday, this class begins on Tuesday, July 5.


In this two-week class, students examine how drawings and story come together in the artform of comics. Join us as we explore the history of comics, visual storytelling, characters, and the craft of silent comics. Students

Classes
Mon–Fri, Jul 18–29 | 9am–3pm

Join us for this two-week intensive class focusing on 2D digital animation techniques, principles, and software. Students will then create their own short film using storyboards, animatics, and original characters.