From January 20 to January 22, 2016, the Life Cube Project will create an installation for the Boys & Girls Club of Mason Valley in Yerington, NV.
The installation will be a 12′ x 12′ non-burning Cube constructed of metal, wood, canvas, and glass. During his visit, Life Cube artist Scott Cohen will be speaking at 9 area schools to over 3,000 middle school and high school students.
In small towns and metropolitan areas, our nation’s youth are struggling to create a bright future. Crime, substance abuse, low fitness levels and high dropout rates are impairing our children’s ability to succeed. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley has recognized this crisis and encourages teens through our Youth of the Year program, an initiative designed to promote and recognize teens who have developed sound character, leadership abilities and the willingness to give back to their community.
To find out more about the Boys & Girls Club of Mason Valley, please visit their website at bgcmasonvalley.org.