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‘Magic on the Water’ Exhibit Opens at Disneyland Tomorrow Morning

28 January 2011 No Comment

Guests to Disneyland will get the first chance to see a brand new exhibit tomorrow morning, as Magic on the Water:  The Art of the “Happiest Fleet on Earth” opens with the park at The Disney Gallery.

Since Disneyland was little more than a gleam in Walt Disney’s eye, water – and ways to convey guests on the water – have played a central role in transporting and entertaining guests.  Today, visitors to Disney’s various parks have the opportunity to float through wild jungle landscapes, beneath polar icecaps, across magical lagoons – and even take trips to the far reaches of the Caribbean, Alaska, and Europe!  And throughout its history, Imagineers have dreamed up wonderful designs for ships big and small, from Storybook Land canal boats to the Disney Dream.  “Magic on the Water” celebrates 60 years of nautical design in and around Disney.

Along with the exhibit, Disney will also present “A Dream Come True:  An Artistic Celebration of Disney’s Newest Cruise Ship.”  Join an eclectic group of celebrated artists as they pay tribute and celebrate the newest vessel in Disney’s fleet, the Disney Dream.  Artists Jeremy Fulton, Larry Nikolai, Noah, Robert Olzewski, and George Scribner, will be on hand Saturday, January 29 from 9-11 a.m. to release and sign their works for guests. 

Please not that merchandise will be available while supplies last, and that information shared here is subject to change without notice.  Separate admission is required to enter the park for this event.  There will be a limit of two items signed per artist, per guest.  Artists will only sign their respective works; no personal items, please.  Merchandise for signing must be purchased on the event day and at the event location; a valid receipt may be required.


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