Drop-In Workshop for Families: Music and Movies

Drop-In Workshop for Families: Music and Movies

Join us for a workshop focused on the importance of music in movies. 

The Education team invites families to join museum educators every month to be inspired by the museum’s exhibitions and screenings to learn, create, and have fun!

Our July Drop-In Workshops for Families are inspired by the centennial celebration of The Walt Disney Company and the important role music plays in film. The soundtracks and scores in Disney movies are just as beloved as the favorite characters and stories they bring to life. Join us in exploring storytelling through music! This month, we will be joined by a local early education organization, Minibop Music, to lead music activities that connect with the films in our Family Matinees series!

Join us anytime from 12:30pm to 2:30pm in the Shirley Temple Education Studio on the museum’s Lower Level.

Workshop Dates:

Saturdays: July 1, 8, and 15

Check back soon for upcoming workshop themes!


Minibop Music: Minibop is an early education organization that utilizes the universal language of music to make learning more engaging and accessible for families and schools. They are a team of educators, musicians, and parents who are committed to bettering children’s lives. 

Teacher Morgan: Morgan Roberts is Program Manager at Minibop Music. Graduate of USC School of Thorton, Morgan is a musician whose focus is on piano, guitar, and voice. They are a very enthusiastic individual who believes anyone can achieve greatness if they put their mind to it. Morgan's goal as an educator is to be sure each of their students gains something new. 

Teacher Nick: Nick Ferrante is a Music Industry Studies major at CSUN. He has been playing instruments and involved in academic and professional performances for the past six years. He loves all styles of music but 1970's disco has his heart and Earth Wind and Fire is his favorite band. He likes fitness and living an active lifestyle. Nick’s passion is to work and educate others in music. 

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

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