A Little Free Library® designed and fabricated by Mark Knize is now on display at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts!
The Arts Education Program a issued a Request for Proposals for a custom little library to promote literacy and compliment the interdisciplinary arts programming at the Grand. Local sculptor and woodturner Mark Knize was selected for his fun and innovative design. The result is a life-sized, vintage robot that offers a variety of free arts-related resources including books, magazines, music and art-making supplies to youth and adults alike. Not only does the robot provide unique presentation, but it is also mobile and includes dynamic lighting.
The Robot Library will become a chartered member of the Little Free Library® international network.