Members of The Strong's team participate in the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
The Strong launches a bi-weekly livestream on Twitch featuring Andrew Borman, the museum’s digital games curator, and artifacts from the museum’s electronic games collections.
The Strong launches an online exhibit through Google Arts & Culture that explores the history of valentine’s cards and showcases some of the hundreds in the museum’s collections.
The Guide to Making Public History, part of Rowman & Littlefield's American Association for State and Local History book series edited by Bob Beatty, examines The Strong's transformation into the only collections-based museum in the world dedicated to the study of play.
Tim Walsh—game inventor, author, and member of the National Toy Hall of Fame’s National Selection Advisory Committee—tours The Strong’s collections and archives. Pictured here with staff from the museum’s library and some of his materials, including his book Timeless Toys.
The Strong's Shannon Symonds reflects on the career of video game Industry Icon Award recipient Carol Shaw at The Game Awards.