The sets of MAD MENare now open to the public at the Museum of the Moving Image inAstoria, NY. The exhibition will run from this Saturday, March 14th – June 14th. Talk about stepping back in time, the exhibit strives to bring to share with the publick the writing and creative processes behind the scenes of the AMC show. The show’s most famous sets, iconic props & costumes, advertising art, and even the show’s creator, Matthew Weiner’s personal hand-written notes will beon display through June 14th. If you’re a Mad Men fan, or a even a #MCM (lover of the designs of all things Mid-CenturyModern), this exhibit will thrill you. Offering insight to its artfulstorytelling and attention to detail, this is the first time Mad Men objects and setdecor will be on view to the public. Interested in learning more about Mad Men? Mark your calendars forAn Evening with Matthew Weinerand afilm seriesfeaturing movies that inspired the show, hand-pickedby Weiner himself.
The exhibitionMatthew WeinersMad Men will be joined by other initiatives around New York City celebrating the series.Mad Mensfinal seven episodes will air on AMC on Sundays at 10:00 P.M. ET/PT, from April 5 through May 17. Visit amctv.com for more information.