[Gyeonggi Children's Museum] Special Exhibition Let’s Play Together, Three Laps around the Neighborhood

2019.10.01-2020.08.30 / Gyeonggi Children's Museum


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Special Exhibition

Let’s Play Together, Three Laps around the Neighborhood




Let’s Play Together, Three Laps around the Neighborhood is what a fifth grader in elementary school, who collaborated for this exhibition, wanted to say. According to the 2017 Korea Youth Panel Survey, 1 in 4 children ages 9 to 12 cannot play outside even for a minute a week because they spend their days as busy as adults and they lack physical and social environments where they can safely play. We put thought and effort into this exhibition, working together with SODA and C Program to see how we can help today’s children who are wondering “what they have to do in order to play.” Hopefully, this exhibition serves as an opportunity to open a pragmatic and active dialogue regarding providing children with a better play culture and environment.




From this exhibition, we are wishing for the day, when children have so much fun that they don’t even realize they’ve run three laps, not just one, around their neighborhood.




What Can You Experience from this Exhibition?


You can hear the real voices of 3rd to 5th graders in elementary school and what they have to say about playing!

You can see what a good neighborhood to run and play with friends (sphere of play influence) looks like!

You can see a good neighborhood conjured up through artwork made of bricks (small blocks) by moms and dads as though they were architects!

You can make a neighborhood out of bricks (small blocks) where you can run and play! You can play inside and outside the Special Exhibition Hall!

You can check out 30 types of outdoor play recommended by 3rd to 5th graders!



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    • Special Exhibition Let’s Play Together, Three Laps around the Neighborhood

      Period/ : Oct. 1, 2019 (Tue) – Aug. 30, 2020 (Sun)

      Venue/ : Special Exhibition Hall, Gyeonggi Children's Museum

      Joint hosts/ : Gyeonggi Children's Museum, SODA (Space of Design and Architecture), and C Program

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