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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
This program requires registration before ticket package purchase.

Every Disney themed experience is a fantastical expression of imagination and unfettered wonder. Each of these experiences, at its core, is due in large part to the vision and boundless creativity of the artists who designed them.

Workshop Overview

In this course, students will discover the role artists play in keeping our guests immersed in the various stories of our themed lands. In addition to learning the story behind some of these experiences, students will have the opportunity to visit the area and see it from the artist’s perspective by examining various creative elements such as forced perspective, use of color, architecture, and storytelling. Students will have the opportunity to design their own themed experiences by applying what they’ve learned.

Key Learning Opportunities

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Understand forced perspective and how to use it
  • Identify the role of color in shaping mood
  • Identify the importance of safety within creativity
  • Incorporate physical assets such as restrooms, trash cans, restaurants and shops into the story you are telling
  • Explain how Guest flow is impacted by art design
  • Understand and apply Walt’s "4 C’s of Design"

 
Additional information

  • Available for Middle School, High School and College students
  • Content can be adapted for students in 3rd – 5th grades
  • Minimum of 15 students required per organized group to participate in this experience

Pricing Information

  • For Walt Disney World Resort pricing information, click here