This week, the artist behind the Life Cube is visiting local area schools to talk about the Life Cube Project and to encourage children to think about their goals, wishes, dreams, and aspirations.
On Tuesday, January 19, Scott Cohen spent the day at Silverland Middle School speaking to over 200 children in 6 different classes.
Wednesday, January 20 consisted of going to Fernley High School and Dayton High School, where he spoke to over 1,000 students at both locations, and Silver Springs High School, where there were roughly 400 students learning about the Life Cube.
Today, Thursday, January 21, Scott Cohen will be speaking at Yerington High School to over 550 children. He will also be participating in a radio interview on KSVL 92 and a newspaper interview with Mason Valley News to discuss the Life Cube Project.
The Life Cube is currently up in front of the Boys and Girls Club in Yerington, NV. Beginning today, the Tapestry Wall consisting of 1,500 8′ by 8′ canvas panels will go up, and the wish tags submitted by students will be tied to the metal frame of the Cube.