Pablo’s Magical Theater: Now Showing at Young At Art Museum

Pablo’s Magical Theater: Now Showing at Young At Art Museum

Within the Young At Art Museum, the GreenScapes Gallery teaches young artists to be change agents. Artist Pablo Cano serves as the inspiration and catalyst for recycled art making in two related spaces: Pablo’s Magical Marionette Theater and Pablo’s STEAM Recycled Workshop. Within the grotto-like theater, children, students and families watch fascinating detailed films of Pablo’s creative process, his ability to transform found and discarded objects into mesmerizing puppets, and a series of classic tales, showcasing Pablo’s puppets found on display.

Designed by Architecture Is Fun With Love

Designed by Architecture Is Fun With Love

Architecture Is Fun has been developing and designing products for you – at home, at work and at play.

Our newest designs include the Happy Face Stool Collection – a boy and girl stool that little ones will love! The new additions, the BFF’s will add kitty and dog, all family-friendly, of course.  And moms should know, the stools scale up so parents can have their own kitchen stool, cheerful and content. For pricing info and to purchase, contact Fun Finders.

The Cave at Young At Art

The Cave at Young At Art

Education Pavilion & Orientation Theatre
Young At Art Museum is an innovative art museum geared to children and families featuring an art cave for using art for learning.

Children’s Museum of Austin – The Thinkery

Children’s Museum of Austin – The Thinkery

Song of Korea Traveling Initiative

Song of Korea, an evocative and engaging exhibit, brings Korea’s sounds, rhythms, and traditions to a national audience of children’s museum visitors. Funded by the Freeman Foundation, this traveling exhibit provides opportunities to explore one of Asia’s cultures in a hands-on, interactive way.

Rio de Janeiro Entertainment Complex

Rio de Janeiro Entertainment Complex

Lands of Discovery
The Rio de Janeiro Entertainment Complex & Children’s Museum Project, a 2000 square meter children’s entertainment and exploration-based complex was designed as a transformative measure to reclaim the unused rooftop above the bleachers of the highly visible, yet seldom used Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas Rowing Stadium. Taking full advantage of the cultural habit of being outdoors all year round; this family-friendly complex was designed as a living green canopy in which distinct lands of discovery and creativity would flow.

The Vitruvian Kid: Design That Fits Every Child

The Vitruvian Kid: Design That Fits Every Child

Every child we design for and collaborate with is a child of perfect proportions – the ideal child.
~ Sharon and Peter Exley.

Architecture Is Fun’s approach is imaginative, yet pragmatic in nature…they listen and are open to dialogue, problem-solve seemingly with ease, all while providing visionary ideas that will forge new ground for the museum field.
~ Mindy Shrago, Executive Director/CEO, Young At Art

Alliance Française de Chicago: Chez Kids Academy

Alliance Française de Chicago: Chez Kids Academy

The design is totally French; this inviting environment allows children to discover their inner Molière!
~ Jack McCord, Director, Alliance Française de Chicago.

The Latin School of Chicago

The Latin School of Chicago

The Interactive Science Forum:  The New Wave for Education
Fusing together the creative processes of science and art, the 2200 square foot Interactive Science Forum provides students hands-on access to scientific concepts and new technologies, and perspectives into the beauty and complexity of our natural world.

Kids On The Fly at O’Hare International Airport

Kids On The Fly at O’Hare International Airport

On the Fly Play
Of all the special projects the Department of Aviation has been part of, this is the one that makes me “happy”.
~ Dennis Gurgone, Managing Deputy Commissioner, Department of Aviation, City of Chicago

The Kids On The Fly exhibit is designed to celebrate air travel, presenting young travelers with a hands-on playful introduction to aviation. Beyond its appeal as a welcome relief from airport delays and stopovers, the satellite is envisioned as a cultural amenity that enhances and encourages use of one of the world’s busiest airport.

Chicago Children’s Museum:  Stinking Truth About Garbage

Chicago Children’s Museum: Stinking Truth About Garbage

The Stinking Truth About Garbage greets children and visitors with an educational and engaging exploration into environmental issues. Located in a prominent location, the exhibition is a colorful, simulated landfill. Via stimulating imagery and interactive elements, this environment teaches visitors about problems associated with disposal of solid waste, and introduces practical solutions that can be studied within the exhibit and practiced at home.