Ensō Education Institute hosted a two-day symposium at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles on June 25-26, 2022
The symposium on Connecting to Movies in Education explored the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Museum Row in Los Angeles with media experts such as Steve Werblun (acclaimed storyboard artist). Using the Academy Museum as our “textbook,” we explored implications for education from understanding pre-production, production, and post-production in movies.
The Academy Museum is committed to building an anti-racist, inclusive organization that contextualizes and challenges dominant narratives around cinema, and builds authentic relationships with diverse communities. The Academy Museum creates spaces that highlight and prioritize the experience of traditionally underrepresented or marginalized people while advancing the understanding, celebration, preservation, and accessibility of movies through its business practices, exhibitions, screenings, programs, initiatives, and collections.
Friday, June 24 (Optional)
5:30 pm Dinner at Fanny’s (Academy Museum)
7:30 pm Film Screening: Love Jones, dir. Theodore Witcher (Ted Mann Theater)
Saturday, June 25
9:00 am Welcome and Introductions (Disney Plaza outside the museum)
10:00 am Museum Crawl Overview of the Museum (Small group self-tours)
11:00 am Film Screening: Hugo, dir. Martin Scorsese (Ted Mann Theater)
1:00 pm Lunch & Sharing (Fanny’s or LACMA Plaza)
2:30 pm Introduction to Pre-Production (Dolby Family Terrace)
3:00 pm Pre-Production Treasure Hunt (Small group self-tours)
4:30 pm Review of the Day (LACMA Plaza)
5:00 pm Small group self-tour of LACMA Grounds, La Brea Tar Pits Grounds
5:30 pm Dinner at The Counter (5779 Wilshire Boulevard)
7:30 pm Film Screening: Diary for My Children/Diary for My Lovers,
dir. Márta Mészáros (Ted Mann Theater)
Sunday, June 26
9:00 am Introduction to Film Production (Disney Plaza outside museum)
10:00 am Production Treasure Hunt (Small group self-tours)
12:00 pm Lunch and Sharing (LACMA Plaza, Fanny’s, The Counter, etc.)
1:30 pm Introduction to Post-Production (Netflix Lounge – 2nd floor)
2:30 pm Post-Production Treasure Hunt (Small group self-tours)
4:00 pm Wrap-up and Farewell (Dolby Family Terrace)
(Museum entrance fee, movie tickets, and meals not included in Symposium registration.)
Symposium Registration included Ensō Circle Membership for one year!
Ensō Education Institute offers virtual events nearly every week of the year plus several in-person symposia throughout the year involving a network of people from around the world. Participate in weekly events for $10 each or access them all for $79 for the year.
- Attend any of Ensō Education Institute’s monthly Basecamp events including Great Outdoors, Built Environments, Simulated Environments, and Media Worlds
- Attend Education 2030 events and have the opportunity to contribute to the creation and publication of the Global Education 2030 Blueprint
- Be part of a global education network with thought leaders from around the world
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