Press RoomLego Lambeau
November 16, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lego Lambeau Now Housed at the Neville Public Museum
Green Bay, WI---November 16, 2015---Lego Lambeau will be on permanent display in the Discovery Room at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay beginning
Friday November 20th.
The Discovery Room features community architecture and hands-on activities for kids. “Legos are great toys for kids because they support creativity, problem-solving, and teach a lot of math and spatial engineering skills,” says Education Specialist Ryan Swadley. “Those skills, along with an eye for design, patterns, and beauty, are the abilities that artists of all types use, and architects have the opportunity to bring that art to life size and make it functional.” The Neville is happy to offer STEM education and activities like those available in the hands-on Discovery Room.
Built by students in MSOE’s Architectural Engineering Institute, Lego Lambeau has previously been on display at Lambeau Field and Bellin Hospital in Green Bay.
Thank you to Bellin Hospital and to students from Jonathon Ries’ Prototype and Design class at NWTC for their community partnership!
Neville Public Museum Foundation
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, WI 54303
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