To celebrate 20 years of the Museum of Pop Culture, we're taking a look back at some of our most popular exhibitions. While the NCAA has canceled this year's 'March Madness' basketball tournament due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus, we're still inviting you to partake in a bit of bracketology digging into our museum's history from the past two decades. It's one of many ways we'll be connecting with you — our beloved community — through our temporary closure, because around here, MoPOP Don't Stop.
In the bracket below, you'll find exhibits that originated from the minds of MoPOP curators mixed with exhibits pieced together by other museums that paid a visit to our space in the Pacific Northwest. Each one dives deep into the pop culture topic presented, exploring phenomenons we thought visitors would find fascinating.
Take a moment to click into each bracket entry and learn a little bit more about the different exhibitions we've offered through the years. For each matchup, cast a vote for your favorite, then check back every few days to see which advances to the next round (and cast your vote again!). While one exhibition will come away a 'winner' our bracket shouldn't be viewed as a popularity contest, but rather as a fun way to share our 20-year history with you. Oh, and did we mention there's prizes?
One (1) randomly selected 'MoPOP Madness' bracket participant will receive four (4) ) regular admission + special exhibition tickets to MoPOP, and up to one (1) individual who participates and completes a perfect 'MoPOP Madness' bracket (choosing the correct exhibit to advance at every stage in each round) will receive one (1) Fan Individual Level membership to MoPOP!
Bracket voting is now closed, and 'The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited' is our winner! Thank you to all who participated. Winning submissions will be contacted directly.
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