Fellowship recipient Marina Fontolan from the University of Campinas, Brazil, visits The Strong to study the history of the United States video game industry.
Aaron Newman, a member of The Strong’s Board of Trustees, donates $100,000 to further the growth of the museum’s International Center for the History of Electronic Games.
The Strong announces the 20 for 20 Book Challenge in honor of the 20th anniversary of the museum's Grada Hopeman Gelser Library.
Mommy Nearest names The Strong one of the top 20 best family museums in the United States.
Museum leaders from Slovenia visit The Strong to benchmark best practices in strategic planning, fundraising, and exhibit development.
Artemio Abrego, collector and owner of one of the largest toy collections in Latin America, visits The Strong from Monterey, Mexico. Pictured here with The Strong’s Chris Bensch (second from left), project manager Roberto Romero, and chairman Alfonso Garcia.
The Strong selects Partners + Napier as its agency of record to support the museum’s creative and strategic media planning and buying goals.
The Strong receives a grant of $500,000 from the William and Sheila Konar Foundation to assist with the construction of two state-of-the art classrooms and a garden for the museum’s Woodbury School.
Democrat and Chronicle readers name The Strong museum the gold standard for indoor amusement in Rochester.
The Strong and Google Arts & Culture launch the online exhibit A Brief History of Women in Gaming: The 1980s to highlight some of the influential women who designed, created, marketed, sold, and wrote about video games.
The National Toy Hall of Fame names the inductees for 2018: Uno, pinball, and Magic 8 Ball.
City Newspaper readers name The Strong museum Rochester's best local family-friendly attraction.