Whether you’ve grown up watching Disney, or you’re still an avid fan, this dazzling Disney exhibition is here to take you on a journey into the world of our cartoon favourites. ‘Disney: The Magic Of Animation’ wowed Melbourne last year, and now it’s Brisbane’s turn to experience the magic.
Featuring over 500 original artworks to honour Disney classics of the past century, the exhibition is set to open up at Queensland Museum this week. Honestly, we couldn’t be more excited to take a trip down memory lane.
From Steamboat Willie of 1928 to more recent animated delights such as Moana, ‘Disney: The Magic Of Animation’ will showcase the past and present through paintings, sketches, drawings, and concept art, including hand-drawn dalmatians, a huge wall-sized piece from Frozen II, and much more.
Even though some Disney animated titles have been remade, the exhibition will only focus on the originals, which makes some people (like me) happy. That Lion King remake just wasn’t the same.
‘Disney: The Magic Of Animation’ opens its doors at Queensland Museum in South Bank on June 24 and will be around until January 22, 2023.
You can grab your tickets here.