GRAMMY Museum set to reopen”Motown: The Sound Of Young America” Exhibit


The GRAMMY Museum has announced the reopening of “Motown: The Sound Of Young America,” their exhibit highlighting the major artists and musical achievements of the famed record label. Attendees will be able to experience the exhibit when it is safe to reopen the Museum doors again.

In celebration of the reopening, Spotlight Saturdays, the Museum’s virtual program series featuring interviews and performances with rising artists, will feature some exhibit content for the month of December on its streaming platform, COLLECTION:live.

The Museum will spotlight the content along with Joy Denalane on Dec.15, Chaz French on Dec. 12, Asiahn on Dec. 19 and NJOMZA on Dec. 16.

While the Museum remains closed, President of the GRAMMY Museum Michael Sticka said the Museum is preparing the exhibit, which includes stage outfits belonging to The Supremes, The Four Tops and more, as well as inclusive interviews for fans to see.

“While the Museum’s doors may still be closed, our curatorial team has been hard at work preparing for our reopening.

We are thrilled to finally update everyone about some of what our community can look forward to when that time comes, while still making some of that content available virtually in the meantime,”

Sticka said in a statement. “We hope you enjoy this holiday season with some of that Motown magic every Saturday in preparation for the full exhibition experience next year.”

More details about the exhibit will be announced once the Museum reopens, reps for the Museum said.


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