Classes

The Walt Disney Family Museum offers art and animation classes to students of all ages.

After School Theatre

Grades 9–12

Studying the art of acting is incredibly useful for animators because it gives them the tools to emotionally connect the audience with their characters and scenes. This class presents various techniques…

How to Draw Pirates

All Ages

In this fun and hands-on session, learn how to make your drawings truly come to life and put your creativity in the spotlight. For artists of all-ages, join us in our Art Studio where an instructor…

Independent Filmmaking

Grades 11-12 & College

Join instructors Youri Dekker and Ryan Eways as they explain the making of their independent film, The Blue and the Beyond (2015). Dekker and Eways will use their personal experiences to break…

Digital 2D Animation for Middle School Students

Grades 6-8

In this six-week class, take the traditional animation techniques that Walt and his team used daily with pencil and paper and move them into the digital world. Students learn skills and software using…

Digital 2D Animation for High School Students

Grades 9-12

Take the traditional animation techniques that Walt and his team used daily with pencil and paper and move them into the digital world. Students learn skills and software in this six-week class using…

How to Draw a Bug in Love

All Ages

In this fun and hands-on session, learn how to make your drawings truly come to life and put your creativity in the spotlight. For artists of all-ages, join us in the Learning Center where an instructor…

After School Animation

Grades 6-12

Successful animators have a comprehensive understanding of basic animation techniques and principles. This eight-week course focuses on one of these concepts each class by working traditionally with…

How to Draw a Leprechaun

All Ages

In this fun and hands-on session, learn how to make your drawings truly come to life and put your creativity in the spotlight. For artists of all-ages, join us in our Learning Center where an instructor…

Scholarship Programs

To ensure that all students have the opportunity to take advantage of classes at The Walt Disney Family Museum, we are pleased to offer scholarships for qualified families. Here’s how to apply:

  • Send an email to studio@wdfmuseum.org with the subject line “Scholarship Information”
  • Please include your name, the student’s name and age, the class you are interested in