New Exhibit Coming to Philadelphia for Disney’s 100th Anniversary in 2023

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of The Walt Disney Firm, D23 has introduced that SC Exhibitions has started creation on a display screen that will showcase the company’s history and rich legacy. The exhibition is established to premiere at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in February of 2023.

Hundreds of The Walt Disney Archives’ in depth collection of historical Disney artifacts will be highlighted in the exhibition alongside with an immersive atmosphere that will showcase stories and figures from The Walt Disney Company’s last century.

“As we technique the 100th Anniversary of The Walt Disney Firm, we at the Walt Disney Archives are unbelievably energized about touring a new and distinctive show marking a century of unparalleled innovation and storytelling with the entire world,” said Rebecca Cline, director of the Walt Disney Archives. “This groundbreaking exhibition will celebrate the surprise of Disney, from 1923 to the current and into the potential.”

Historian and Co-Curator Paula Sigman Lowery, an internationally recognized expert on Walt Disney and The Walt Disney Organization, shared this insight on the long run show: “It’s thrilling to provide Disney’s crown jewels—art, memorabilia, costumes, props, and a person-of-a form treasures—to public view—and to examine the tale of one particular of the world’s most innovative enjoyment companies. Lots of of these objects have by no means prior to been seen outdoors the company’s archival, animation, and Imagineering vaults.”

President and CEO of The Franklin Institute Larry Dubinski additional that

The Franklin Institute is thrilled to debut this environment premiere exhibition in Philadelphia all through the amazing 100th anniversary of The Walt Disney Business. We search ahead to celebrating the legacy of a inventive empire synonymous with imaginative storytelling, innovation, discovery, and ponder that spans generations and delivers prevalent, undeniable world wide appeal.