The Strong, in partnership with Visit Rochester and Brand USA, welcomes a delegation of German tour operators as part of a Wine, Water, and Wonders Upstate New York familiarization tour.
Filmmaker Cailleah Scott-Grimes tours The Strong's collections and learns about the museum's Women in Games initiative before presenting her documentary "She Got Game" at Rochester Institute of Technology.
The Strong, in partnership with I Love New York, hosts travel trade buyers who bring tour groups from China to Canada and the United States.
The National Toy Hall of Fame names the 12 toy finalists for 2017: Clue, Magic 8 Ball, Matchbox Cars, My Little Pony, paper airplane, PEZ Candy Dispenser, play food, Risk, sand, Transformers, Uno, and Wiffle Ball.
The Strong's Woodbury School—now in its 12th year—welcomes students for the 2017–18 school year.
Fellowship recipient Matt Knutson, PhD candidate at the University of California-Irvine, explores the pre-history of the modern e-sports culture.
University of Rochester students volunteer in The Strong's outdoor gardens as part of Wilson Day 2017, a day of community service.
The Strong hosts nearly 100 video game scholars from around the world for the Replaying Japan Conference in partnership with Rochester Institute of Technology, the University of Alberta, and Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan.
Video Game Design History, an online course developed by The Strong's Jon-Paul Dyson and Rochester Institute of Technology's Steve Jacobs, was named a finalist for the 2017 edX Prize for Exceptional Contributions in Online Teaching and Learning.
Bill Cullen, product manager at Sphero, takes a turn at the Sphero Robot Park in the Have a Ball exhibit. Pictured here with The Strong’s Jeremy Saucier (left) and Elliott Drury (right).