The Bob Moog Foundation is excited to unveil a special new exhibit opening at the Moogseum: Minimoog Voyager Signature Edition serial #002 signed by Bob Moog. In addition to being signed, this legendary synthesizer was hand-built, was the first ever sale from the current Moog Music, Inc., and was recently donated to the Bob Moog Foundation Archives by the Board of Directors President, David Mash, who has been its sole owner.
The Bob Moog Foundation and Moogseum are excited to partner with Aloft Asheville Downtown to host a pop-up art exhibit at the hotel’s gallery celebrating Bob Moog’s influential impact on the music community in Asheville and the world at large. Featuring framed, synthesizer-themed art posters from the Moogseum, the exhibit continues Aloft Asheville Downtown’s long standing commitment to supporting and celebrating Asheville’s local artists and purveyors through its local art program.
The Moogseum welcomed the team from PBS’ travel show Samantha Brown’s Places to Love on Sunday, May 9th, for inclusion in an episode featuring the jewels of Asheville, NC.
The Bob Moog Foundation and The Elumenati are proud to announce their partnership in offering the Moogseum’s interactive, immersive “How Electricity Becomes Sound” exhibit as a rental opportunity for other museums, music festivals and installations in the United States.
The Moogseum and Bob Moog Foundation are thrilled to share our participation in Google Arts and Culture’s Music, Makers, and Machines exhibition, joining 55 partner museums and non-profits from around the world. The Moogseum’s online collection features 13 exhibits and over 275 archival materials from the Bob Moog Foundation Archives.
The tour, which celebrates the seminal development that led to a revolution in music, will take place on Sunday, December 13, 2020 at 2pm Eastern Time. Tickets will be sold through Eventbrite and are available on a pay-what-you-can basis. The tour will be shared through a private YouTube link.