The Disney character Mickey Mouse is the most popular Disney character, and one of the most enduring in the pop culture world.
It’s also one of those things that can be found in lots of different forms, but it’s rare to find one in an actual museum.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Mickey Mouse museum, but now it seems like that’s about to change.
The Mickey Mouse Museum of Art and History is scheduled to open next year in Toronto, and the museum has teamed up with the University of Toronto to bring back an exhibit called Mickey Mouse: An Exhibition of Disney Art.
The exhibit is called Mickey: An Experience in Imagination, and it’s an exciting one.
It includes three pieces that were created by the renowned illustrator and illustrator extraordinaire Stan Sakai, as well as other artists, animators and artists.
Sakai is best known for his iconic illustrations of animals, but the Mickey Mouse exhibit is meant to be a more comprehensive look at his creations.
The museum is planning to exhibit a full gallery of the Mickey artworks, including drawings by Disney himself and his nephews, Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
The Mickey exhibit also includes a special exhibit about the Mickey family and the Mickey and Donald Mouse cartoon that debuted in the early ’70s.
It’s the sort of exhibition that’s likely to draw attention from people who aren’t familiar with the artist, Sakai said.
Saku is one of Disney’s longest-tenured artists, and he’s been creating iconic Mickey characters since the late ’80s.
He’s known for a range of iconic Disney characters, including Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Pluto and more.
He’s also been making Disney-themed jewelry since the ’90s, and his designs have been seen in everything from the new Disney Beauty film Beauty and the Beast to the upcoming live-action animated movie Frozen.