Disney Animation The Walt Disney Corp. announces that it is abandoning the hand-drawn animation that it is famous for. The company's movie studios will now focus on computer-generated graphics in producing films. We discuss the nature of animated art and the future of the industry.

Guest:

John Canemaker
*Animator and Animation historian
*Director of Animation Studies at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts
*Author of 9 books on animation

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The Walt Disney Corp. announces that it is abandoning the hand-drawn animation that it is famous for. The company's movie studios will now focus on computer-generated graphics in producing films. We discuss the nature of animated art and the future of the industry.

Guest:

John Canemaker
*Animator and Animation historian
*Director of Animation Studies at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts
*Author of 9 books on animation