In the aftermath of a recent storm that brought the second-heaviest rainfall on record in the San Francisco Bay Area on New Year’s Eve 2022, the Walt Disney Family Museum will be opening ‘The Jungle Book.’
The museum announced the news on its official website. Here is the full statement:
Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece Closed Thursday 5 January 2023 through Wednesday 1 February 2023 for building repairs necessitated by recent storms. The exhibition will reopen on his Thursday 2nd February and will run until Sunday 5th March 2023.
The main museum is open during normal business hours Thursday through Sunday. Chris Miller: Kaleidoscope When Spirit of the Season: Community Art Exhibition It’s also free to read until March 19, 2023.
We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have purchased an exhibition admission ticket during the temporary closure period, [email protected] Request an exchange to another date or a refund.
The exhibition originally opened on June 23, 2022 to celebrate the 55th anniversary of The Jungle Book’s 1967 theatrical release. This exhibition explores the creative complexities behind filmmaking, including the personalities and voices of each character. Correspondence of actors, extensive artwork and use of cutting-edge animation techniques, impressive original soundtrack of his songs by Sherman Brothers and Terry Gilkyson, effects of Walt’s death during production, dozens since initial release The enduring popularity and influence of age-old films.
Original animation drawings borrowed from the collections of animation aficionado and collector Mike Grad, retired Disney creative director and animator David Pacheco, and Disney legend and acclaimed animator Andrea Deja. Over 300 rare artworks and ephemera, including cels, are on display throughout the exhibition. Exhibits include maquettes, model sheets, pencil tests, story sketches, concept art, behind-the-scenes photos and documents, American and international film posters, merchandise, as well as archival film clips and interviews.
The rest of the museum follows Walt Disney’s life, from his birth in Chicago, through his remarkable legacy of leadership in The Walt Disney Company, to his death and the indelible legacy he left behind. . The museum is located in San Francisco’s Presidio, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and is operated by the Walt Disney Family Foundation, which is separate from Walt Disney and His Company.
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