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Museum of Neon Art Launches New Zoom Tours

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Museum of Neon Art Launches New Zoom Tours

Museum of Neon Art Launches New Zoom Tours

The Museum of Neon Art (MONA; Glendale, CA) announced the launch of digital tours of LA County neighborhoods, starting in January with Glendale, CA and then kicking off the Lunar New Year in February with a Chinatown Zoom tour.

The tours have been made specifically for the Zoom platform, and allow viewers to be transported back in time through vintage film clips and photographs. “As we enter into 2021, MONA continues to pivot, and find creative and safe ways to serve our community,” said Corrie Siegel, executive director of MONA. “When our socially-distanced in-person tours were no longer possible our team brainstormed ways to provide a unique experience that we could not otherwise offer in person. We are looking forward to sharing the light and rare vintage photographs and film clips with our audience.”

Tickets for Zoom presentations will be $5 per device for museum members and $10 per device for general audiences.

For more information, visit neonmona.org.

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