Winston-Salem, NC - You've heard of a Kaleidoscope and you're heard of a playscape, so imagine what you get when you combine the two together -- a Kaleidoscape!
WFMY News 2's Tracey McCain showed around the brand new exhibit at the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem.
Elizabeth Dampier, the museum's executive director described what it is and who made it. "It's an amazing blend of art and play and was created by renowned Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam," said Dampier.
MacAdam has installed similar playscapes throughout Asia and Europe. "The Museum is thrilled to receive the first MacAdam crocheted playscape in the U.S.," said Dampier.
The Children's Museum's playscape spans the entire outdoor playground area and features a large, main colorful netting structure, with several internal climbing spaces plus several ball drops on which children can swing.
Take your own tour of the brand new exhibit by clicking the video player included in this story. To learn more about the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem, their hours, prices and other programs be sure to check them out on the web.
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