Erica Villanueva and her family have been members of Minnesota Children’s Museum for at least three years. We recently asked Erica some questions about her family, their experiences at the museum and what play means to them. We loved her answers!
Giant games, board games, an interactive dancing game have taken over The Landing just in time for the cold winter months. The museum developed this experience in collaboration with the Center for Hmong Arts & Talent (CHAT), which provided content ideas, visual design elements and overall input and consultation.
It was a moment made to post on Commit Kindness (commitkindness.com). And it happened when my children and I were on our way to XOXO: An Exhibit About Love & Forgiveness at Minnesota Children’s Museum to explore the connections between the exhibit and Commit Kindness.
In our makerspace – The Studio in the Target Gallery – we’re celebrating the idea that waste can become a resource, and that with a little imagination and creative thinking, the familiar can be transformed.