MZTV MUSEUM EXHIBIT LAUNCH PARTY
64 Jefferson Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 1Y4, Canada
Be the first to see the premiere of a new exhibit honouring the groundbreaking work of John Logie Baird (JLB), the First Father of Television. The MZTV Museum is pleased to welcome special guests JLB's son Malcolm Baird, and JLB's grandson Iain Baird to this event!
Guests will have the opportunity to:
- see John Logie Baird's scanning discs
- the first TV patent ever granted
- his 1940 colour TV system
See Moses Znaimer's amazing collection of vintage TV sets including the world's most valuable TV set from the 1939 New York World's Fair, sets owned by Elvis, Marilyn Monroe!
And check out Forgotten Genius: The Boy Who Invented Electronic Television, an exhibit the Toronto Star called, "the most significant television exhibit in North America".
"For Toronto to be housing the Farnsworth collection is the television geek equivalent of having King Tut’s Tomb — and a couple Gutenberg bibles, without the lineups." - Tony Wong, The Toronto Star