VISIT: Disney Design in World War II

Join us for some design and history as we explore the role played by the Walt Disney company in World War II. Between 1942 and 1945 the government looked to Disney more than any other studio as a builder of public morale, providing instruction, and training sailors, pilots, and soldiers.

Led by AIGA OC Chapter President, Archie Bagnall, we'll be making a group visit to art exhibit 'Walt & The Flying Bull' before it closes the next day.

This event includes additional content not on display in the exhibition. We'll be learning about the power of communication, ideas, and design - and also see a World War II plane while we're at it.

When: Saturday August 12, 11am - 12.30pm
Where: The Great Park Gallery, Palm Court Arts Complex, The Great Park, Irvine
Important Note: There is currently NO physical address to the Great Park. Please do not rely on GPS, online maps, or directions other than those provided on the link above

Fee: This event is FREE for everyone (members and non-members). Come join us!


When & Where
Sat, Aug 12, 2017 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM PDT
The Great Park Gallery
Palm Court Arts Complex
The Great Park
Irvine, California