Secret Speakeasy
SOUNDIES!

Sun Sept 26th 2021
7pm - 9pm all ages

The first music videos were soundies on 16mm film
Come see them with the Museum Virtually
Enjoy on your sofas and dance :)


16mm short films & music fest & party!

We will have nearly all our cool music players
and the history of music devices

And of course an amazing collection of
Vinyl LP's

All eras of history too some over 100 years old!

The Museum has a show also featuring
Original
Rare short 16mm films from the
1930's, 1940’s, 1950’s and 1960's

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$10 to help the museum :)
Live and virtually 212 274 8757

Advance Tickets

https://musicsoundies_sse_0921.eventbrite.com

 

Please have vaccine card

Please spread to people you know and love!
Yes, the rumors are true, we are shooting part of
a pilot for a possible show at the gig. smile ;)


 




 

 

 

 

The Museum of Interesting Things would like to thank for their sweet support and amazing work:

Coney Island USA
Maker Faire
Obscura
Oddities
Science Channel/Discovery Channel
History Channel - American Pickers & Pawn Stars
The Steampunk meetup
The 19th Century Society
The Greater Astoria Historical Society
The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space
Theatre 80 / The Gangter Museum
The Mutter Museum
The City Reliquary
TimeOut magazine
Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island
Morbid Anatomy / The Observatory
Altas Obscura
Webster Hall

My dear friends & family
Choc Chip Cooooookies!!!! Huffy & Tristan :)
All the amazing people that have donated items to help us teach kids and adults with!!
All the amazing people that have given us their time and effort helping so sweetly!!
All the amazing shops online and off that sold us great things.
All the incredible Radio, TV & pulicattions that have given us such sweet reviews
All the sweet sites & organizations that have helped us spread the word!
And last but certainly not least, the great schools and teachers
that made me who I am, SSSQ, Brandeis, NYU, Oxford, SVA, FIT
The dear sweet memory of Michael Hanifin and Elain Kuntz