The Walt Disney Family Museum will hold a special conversation with the founders of Baobab Studios

The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco invites its members and guests to a special conversation with the founders of Baobab Studios next month.

What is happening:

  • The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco is hosting a special in-person program that will include a conversation with the founders of Baobab Studios on December 3.
  • Join the museum for a conversation with the Baobab Studios leadership team on their journey to inspire its audience to dream, evoke a sense of wonder, and tell stories that matter. This mission permeates the studio’s slate of award-winning creative projects, many of which are adapted into books, movies, games, original series, and more. Moderated by Public Programs Manager Tracie Timmer, the conversation includes CEO and Co-Founder Maureen Fan, Creative Director and Co-Founder Eric Darnell, and CTO and Co-Founder Larry Cutler.
  • The Talk is free for Walt Disney Family Museum members, and $25 for non-members, and $20 for seniors and students (with valid ID). $15 for youth and children 5 and under are free.
  • Tickets for the program are available now and must be secured through their online portal only here.
  • Launched in 2015, Baobab Studios already has nine Emmy Awards to its credit. Studio credits include innovative VR fare such as Invasion!, Raven: The Legend, and Baba Yaga. The studio also recently announced that it is teaming up with Disney Branded Television on The Witchversea series of anthologies for Disney+ based on Baba Yaga short.
  • Once called “The Pixar of Virtual Reality,” Pixar founder Ed Catmull join Baobabfrom the board in May this year, where he will lead creative and operations as the studio accelerates storytelling across emerging and traditional mediums.

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