Kids think The Frost Art Museum's new Gallery is "super cool"! Designed by Architecture Is Fun, the space is worthy of a child's curiosity and the admiration of adults, demonstrating that everyone is hard-wired for creativity. Overall the space invites artistic expression and provides a variety of media, from new-age technologies, including Smart Table™ equipped with lilitabs, to traditional art-making, such as Lego™ bricks and drawing with pen and paper. It's an environment rich in evocative objects that trigger and inspire creative engagement.
Architecture Is Fun smartly integrated lilitab technology into the Gallery space to engage the visitor's imagination and provide varied means of expression which enhance the gallery's social and art-based atmosphere. There are a total of four lilitab tablet kiosks in the Gallery. Two are located on the Smart Table that offer interactive and digital explorations. The third lilitab is installed in "Curious-me", a wall of interactive and art-based cubbies, and it provides digital reference to artists' work. Lastly, the fourth lilitab is installed in the "Draw-me" station and it displays an animation app that young visitors can use to create moving images.