This is an interesting book that’s related to a program for 10-15 year-olds that Walt Disney World Seminar Productions featured in the late 1970s and early 1980s called the Wonders of Walt Disney World. It was sort of like a day program that kids could participate in that took up several full days. Basically, the kids looked at how art was featured in Walt Disney World.
Disney Creative Arts is a large book that takes you through the creative process–at Disney and throughout the art world–in order to show you how art is everywhere and how you can create art. It was published in 1979 with a reprint in 1984. It’s 104 pages.
It’s a neat book but the real reason to own it is because there are some pretty cool photos of Walt Disney World that I haven’t seen in other places.
Did you ever get to experience the Wonders of Walt Disney World?
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I have this book and got to experience the program in 1983 when I was 13. Went into the utilidors below the park through an adventure land entrance. Also went behind the park to some offices where an imagineer did an ink drawing of thumped for me. Loved it!