Photo: Courtesy, Scott Family Amazeum
A new interactive exhibit featuring thousands of wooden blocks has opened at the Scott Family Amazeum.
The exhibit, called ‘Creatively Cubed: Think Outside the Bocks’ includes over, 16,000 Keva® planks and various platforms to build on. The new exhibit opened last weekend, and is now open to Amazeum attendees to explore.
From the announcement:
There are numerous education studies that cite the importance of block play in developing fine and gross motor skills, problem solving and creativity. Creativity Cubed explores playing with blocks through multiple lenses and raises block play to an art form accessible to all ages and abilities. This type of block play inspires castles, bridges, architectural masterpieces and engineering marvels born from each user’s imagination.
Creatively Cubed will remain at the Amazeum through the summer. During it’s time at the museum, different blocks will be added and removed to “create new opportunities for exploring building and creativity.
The Amazeum is open at reduced capacity, and tickets are required for admittance. The museum opens for 2-hour sessions, with an hour in between for cleaning and sanitizing.
For more information, visit amazeum.org.