The free event includes an art exhibition and screenings of three of his best-loved films. RSVP is open now.
The presentation will feature the story and works of pioneering women from the early days of animation.
Besides more familiar work, here’s a chance to watch the Studio Ghibli co-founder’s three-hour documentary about a medieval canal system.
A gallery will examine problematic characters, from Speedy Gonzales to the crows in “Dumbo.”
Every decade or so, there is talk of an animation museum in the United States, and while none has ever been built, two new museums on the …