The Walt Disney Family Museum Unveils New Slate of Events for Spring and Summer 2022
The Walt Disney Family Museum has announced a variety of new events taking place over the coming months at the museum in San Francisco.
Happily Ever After Hours with actress and singer JoMarie Payton
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Film screening
Behind the scenes of Disney-Pixar’s Turning Red
- Join us for a sneak peek into the making of Disney and Pixar’s latest transformational feature, turn redwith production designer Rona Liu, visual effects supervisor Danielle Feinberg, and animation supervisors Patty Kihm and Aaron Hartline.
- Wed 27 April | 5:30 p.m. PT | Zoom Webinar
- $5 members | $8 non-members
- Get tickets and more information
Virtual Studio Series and Classes
- Studio Series workshops are 90-minute sessions that explore animation principles and techniques.
- To celebrate a new year of new beginnings, the workshops will highlight creative ways to spend time.
- More information on the two currently scheduled virtual studio series can be found here.
- The calendar of Summer courses at the Walt Disney Family Museum. Summer courses explore art and animation from a historical and practical perspective for a variety of age groups.
Creative Conservation: The Art of Endangered Animals
- The Walt Disney Family Museum is pleased to launch its first cause-awareness exhibit, Creative Conservation: The Art of Endangered Animals. Presented in collaboration with Walt Disney’s Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiecethis original exhibit features creations painted by rescued and rehabilitated animals and wildlife-inspired artwork made by human collaborators.
- Creative Curatorial will be showcased in the Lower Lobby and Gallery of the Museum Theater beginning on Earth Day, Friday, April 22.
- To produce this unique exhibit, The Walt Disney Family Museum has partnered with five wildlife sanctuaries and conservation organizations located around the world: Animals Asia, FOUR PAWS International, Panthera Africa Big Cat Sanctuary, Wildlife ACT and the Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center by the Jane Goodall. Institute.
- More information about the exhibition is available in our previous article.