BMF in Your Community

The Bob Moog Foundation is happy to bring Dr. Bob’s Workshop or Dr. Bob’s Interactive Sonic experience to your school or event.  We will provide synthesizers, theremins, oscilloscopes and other gear, as well as Bob Moog Foundation staff and volunteers depending on your specific needs.  These experiential educational experiences are fun for both children and adults and always draw a crowd.

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Request the Bob Moog Foundation to be at your event:
Name of Event
Date of Event
Location
Contact Name
Contact email
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Stipend / Fee available for BMF?
Can we sell merchandise at the event?
Expected attendance at the event?
Adults, children, or mix?
Number of theremins requested: (specify #, up to
4)
Number of synths requested: (specify #, up to 2)
Amount of space available:
Is there electricity available?
Timeframe Dr. Bob’s Workshop is expected to be present?
(including set up and tear down):
Will event supply table and chairs?
Will event supply tent? (if outdoors)
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