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Friday, July 22 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Cartoon Legends Speak: Diversity in the History of Animation

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A panel featuring great artists including Disney Legend and first African American animator hired at Walt Disney Studios, Floyd Norman (The Jungle Book, Monsters, Inc), first African American animator to get a screen credit and award-winning illustrator Ron Husband (The Rescuers, The Little Mermaid), Japanese American and Inkpot winner Willie Ito (Lady and the Tramp, The Flintstones), Jane Baer (Sleeping Beauty, Roger Rabbit) and Emmy Award Mexican-American Phil Roman (Sleeping Beauty, The Simpsons). They'll discuss their careers, their futures, and how diversity has played a role in their artistic lives. Moderated by Leslie Combemale of Animation Scoop.

Friday July 22, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Room 24ABC

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