Located on the grounds of the historic Kim Sing Theater in Chinatown, the Moog House Of Electronicus will be open to the public daily from January 24-30, and visitors will have the opportunity to get handsy with all sorts of synths (including the new polyphonic Moog One). Further, they’ll be able to “explore the deeper dimensions of sonic experience through interactive sculptural synthesis installations, an immersive audio visualization system, and daily synthesizer workshops led by synthesist Bana Haffar” among other things.
I love how they describe the inspiration behind it:
The Moog House of Electronicus is inspired by the Moog Island Of Electronicus; an experimental gathering that took place on the barrier island of Tierre Verde during the 1970s. After Moog missionary David Van Koevering was presented with a vision in a dream, the Island of Electronicus became manifest–a synthesized celebration of peace and love; an electronic happening designed to unite mind, body, and soul in a creative explosion of thought and feeling.
Today, the Moog House Of Electronicus continues this legacy by inviting all to trust their curiosity, express their innermost selves, and share in the vast creative force of the collective individual.