National Polka Dot Day just around the corner and even Mickey: The True Original Exhibition is getting in on the fun.

As part of the continued celebration of Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse’s 90th Anniversary, a new art piece inspired by Minnie Mouse will be unveiled and installed at the Exhibition on National Polka Dot Day in celebration of Minnie’s signature style.

What’s happening:

  • On January 22, a new art piece designed by Alake Shilling and inspired by Minnie Mouse, will be installed at the Mickey: The True Original Exhibition in the “Burst of Color” room.
  • Fans will have the chance to see Shilling’s new piece and meet the artist at a special event at the Exhibition on National Polka Dot Day, January 22.
  • Guests who attend the evening are encouraged to share their dots in true #MinnieStyle.
  • A limited number of tickets for this event are available now and can be reserved here.

About Alake Shilling:

  • Shilling is a Los Angeles-based painter and ceramicist, and created the Minnie-inspired piece exclusively for the Exhibition.
  • Shilling is known for her heavily textured works that borrow elements of nature and memories to produce psychedelic fable worlds.
  • Alake on her inspiration behind the piece of art: “My inspiration for my Minnie Mouse painting is my love for Disney's Silly Symphony. I wanted to create a painting with Minnie Mouse as the focus, but I wanted the painting to have the same up-beat energy as a Silly Symphony animation.”

Rockin’ the dots:

The True Original:

  • Don’t miss the family friendly Mickey: The True Original Exhibition. Located at 60 10th Avenue, New York, fans can visit the exhibition Tuesday-Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm now through February 10, 2019. Tickets are available for $38 per person.

 
 

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