Drop-In Tours: Stories of Cinema – Latinx on View

Drop-In Tours: Stories of Cinema – Latinx on View

Discover cherished works in the core exhibition on a drop-in tour with museum educators. 

Significant Movies and Moviemakers: Real Women Have Curves (2002), Stories of Cinema 2, Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Photo by Joshua White, JWPictures/©Academy Museum Foundation

The Education and Public Engagement team invites visitors to explore Stories of Cinema, the Academy Museum’s ongoing core exhibition that presents diverse, international, and complex stories of moviemakers and the works they create.

Join museum educators on Friday afternoons to explore spotlights on moviemakers and movie objects. In September, our Drop-In Tours focus will be Latinx on View. Museum educators will highlight the museum’s Significant Movies and Moviemakers gallery celebrating Real Women Have Curves (2002), Rita Moreno’s Oscars fashion from the 34th Academy Awards, and hair and makeup test photos for Frida (2002). Conversations with educators may also include the Impact/Reflection gallery highlighting the work of Dolores Huerta before the formation of the National Farm Workers Union and objects from the films of Guillermo del Toro in the Inventing Worlds and Characters: Encounters gallery.  

All are welcome to join this public drop-in style gallery conversation, free with admission, from 1pm to 3pm. Meet educators in the exhibition, on Level 2, in the Wanda Gallery, or Level 3, in the Rolex Gallery.  

If you have any questions or need assistance planning your visit, please email museumeducation@oscars.org.

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