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Discover the importance and power of communication through the art and process of storytelling.

Here at Disney Imagination Campus, our Arts & Humanities curriculum offers students the opportunity to learn the art of storytelling, both in front of and behind the scenes at Disney theme parks. From design to sketching, model-making to animation, costumes, Cast Member scripts, merchandise shops, food & beverages, and more, we teach students how to create compelling stories across countless touchpoints. Plus, find out how Disney Imagineers create totally unique attractions and experiences by expanding on the stories from some of your favorite brands like Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel.

Students will also see how Disney storytelling has evolved from the early days of the company to the present through an exploration of advancements in science, technology and the arts. They will also learn how these advancements help to inspire a diversity of thinking and creativity that leads to innovation in the lands, areas and attractions in our theme parks.

Workshops

  • The back of a woman with long hair wearing a Minnie Mouse ear headband with swirls, stands in front of Spaceship Earth at Epcot

    Theme Park Design

    Uncover the concepts, philosophy and tools Disney Imagineers use to bring our theme parks to life.

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    Theme Park Design

    The back of a woman with long hair wearing a Minnie Mouse ear headband with swirls, stands in front of Spaceship Earth at EpcotDiscover the role that artists play in helping to keep our guests immersed in the stories throughout our theme parks through techniques and crafts that include forced perspective, use of color, architecture, and storytelling.Close Theme Park Design
  • A Cast Member wearing a mask and a badge that reads ‘Ningjie’ shows an origami design to another woman wearing a mask in front of a building at the China Pavilion at Epcot

    Immersive Storytelling

    Discover how storytelling is at the heart of theme park design––and learn a few tricks of the trade!

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    Immersive Storytelling

    A Cast Member wearing a mask and a badge that reads ‘Ningjie’ shows an origami design to another woman wearing a mask in front of a building at the China Pavilion at EpcotGet an inside look at the role storytelling and the arts have played in bringing Disney theme parks to life through fantastical works of design, painting, copy writing, costuming, sculpting, engineering and more.Close Immersive Storytelling