Museum Of Pizza Announces Extended Dates & Partners

Museum Of Pizza Announces Extended Dates & PartnersNameless Network, the youth media company for generation Z, is pleased to announce that due to popular demand, New York's first Museum of Pizza (MoPi) has extended its dates an extra two weeks. MoPi is located at the The William Vale (55 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn). MoPi will now be open starting this Saturday, October 13 through Sunday, November 18, 2018. Equal parts Instagram fun house and science museum, MoPi is a platform for visitors of all ages to celebrate the power of pizza through art, educational fun and a tasty slice.

"Pizza fans spoke and we listened! We've changed our schedule so more New Yorkers can visit MoPi during the hours they would typically enjoy pizza and fun- after work, around dinner, and on the weekends," said Alexandra Serio, MoPi Executive Creative Director. "That said, we look forward to inviting visitors for all occasions, from a reason to play hookie, to a day with the kids to a first date. Heck, we'd love for someone to fall in love and get married here!"


October 13 - October 28, 2018
Open Tuesdays to Sundays from 10AM to 9PM

October 29 - November 18, 2018
Open Thursday from 4PM to 9PM
Open Friday to Sundays from 10AM to 9PM


MoPi is excited to partner with Totino's Pizza Rolls for our exclusive VIP preview tonight, Friday, October 12. Invited guests will be the first to experience New York's pizza museum and enjoy crispy, delicious Totino's Pizza Rolls as they explore. If you are interested in attending, please contact to discuss coverage. You'll also be able to experience Pete Zarroll up close and personal at Totino's Pizza Rolls installation, "Pizza Heaven."

DIGIORNO Pizza is bringing MoPi visitors a first-of-its kind interactive exhibit that is as appetizing as it is Instagrammable. Pulled from a page of its new artful coffee table book, adults and children alike can play in the Pizzascapes Playground with a pizza seesaw, pizza crawl tube and pizza beanbag toss, or snap a pic at the museum's exclusive photobooth. On opening day, Saturday, October 13, up to 400 lucky MoPi visitors will receive a complimentary copy of DIGIORNO Pizza's Pizzascapes book, so they can experience the joy of fresh-baked pizza whenever, wherever. It's not delivery, it's DIGIORNO.

In partnership with MoPi, Seamless will bring to life the way New Yorkers truly eat their pizza through revolving exclusive data and trends on New Yorkers' pizza-eating habits. Visitors can also step into a reality TV show-inspired pizza confessional that welcomes MoPi visitors to share their Saucy Secret.

On National Pizza Day this past February, a poll showed that more than half of respondents dip their pizza in ranch. In partnership with Hidden Valley Ranch, MoPi is excited to celebrate America's favorite flavor and bring this classic pizza pairing to life with a mural by artist Pinky Weber. Check out the mural in our pop-up slice shop and try the winning combination for yourself!

MoPi is proud to partner with Cappello's to offer its visitors a pizza map with a "buy one pizza, get one pizza free" coupon, that directs guests to Cappello's gluten-free pizza at Whole Foods Market. Cappello's sources simple, real food ingredients to create naturally grain and gluten-free pizza crafted to have higher protein, good fats, lower net carbs, and overall nutritional balance.


The Museum of Pizza located at The William Vale is a creation of Nameless Network. Equal parts Instagram funhouse and artistic space, the Museum of Pizza will be open from October 13 through October 28, 2018. Tickets include pizza and other surprises. Ticket prices are $35 per person, with Seniors (60+) and children (3-12) accompanied by a parent or legal guardian free with valid ID, subject to museum capacity. The Museum of Pizza located at The William Vale will be open from 10AM - 7PM, Tuesday through Sunday, from October 13-28, 2018.

MoPi is comprised of special installations, a pop-up slice shop, and pizza-inspired rooms by contemporary artists. Each room is a pizza-inspired immersive commission by emerging and established contemporary artists, including a pizza beach by Adam Green, a fluorescent blacklight pizza vortex from Signe Pierce and Emma Stern, and a "Psychedelic Pizza Parlor" group show curated by RJ Supa. There will be also be a pop-up slice shop, a selection from the largest collection of pizza boxes in the world, and even an interactive pizza video game.

MoPi artists includes Katherine Aungier, April Childers, Sarah Bahbah, Jeremy Couillard, Søren Dahlgaard, Jay Davis, Gazoo, Adam Green, Matthias Merkel Hess, Hein Koh, Andrea McGinty, Paul McMahon, Grace Metzler, Grace Miceli, Adam Parker Smith, Signe Pierce & Emma Stern, SuttonBeresCuller, Siebren Versteeg, Andrew WK, Optical Animal and Shawna X. Illiustrators and special guest collaborators include Scott Weiner, Xtina Lee, Pinky Weber, Hilary Hubanks, and Kelsey Fairhurst.

Founded in 2015, Nameless Network is today's entertainment company for tomorrow's curious minds. Nameless Network's slate of original programming brings knowledge and discovery to the next generation of media consumers and video-driven mobile media brands. Video series include Weird Wild World, Femsplained, and the Webby-nominated Everything Explained. Nameless has accrued over 10 billion video views and reaches the equivalent of the entire U.S. population every month (over 300 million).

The William Vale is a luxury boutique hotel Williamsburg, Brooklyn standing at 23-stories high. Each of the hotel's 183 rooms features a balcony offering stunning views of Brooklyn and Manhattan, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows, custom designer décor and contemporary artwork by local artists. All food and beverage comes from award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group, and guests and locals can dine at outlets onsite including, Leuca - a southern Italian restaurant; Westlight - a rooftop bar serving craft cocktails and street food inspired snacks; and Mister Dips - a retrofitted 1970s trailer serving burgers, fries and dairy dips. In addition to spaces perfect for leisure, the property also has outlets for weddings and conferences, and an ongoing series of monthly cultural events. A true Brooklyn-based hub for New Yorkers and a backyard for the Williamsburg community.

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