Students at our NuVuX partner school, Episcopal School of Baton Rouge, installed their final products designed as part of the "McMains" studio from the Fall Semester. Over the course of this studio, students worked one-on-one with the McMains Children's Development Center in Baton Rouge. Lead by our NuVuX Fellow, Dyani Robarge, the studio focused on designing and building objects customized to the specific needs of those with Cerebral Palsy. The focus of the projects was on creative recreational play activities, such as gardening and artistic expression. The installations are now permanently installed on site at McMains and open to the community.