As beautiful as any painting may be, as inviting as any photograph may seem, and as funky as any sculpture can get, it's hard to escape the feeling that museums are staid places — no matter how many wine and cheese nights they might host. Props must go to Young at Art for its focus on getting the community eagerly swinging through the doors. There's just no beating art that you can play with, so a toy exhibit is almost a no-brainer... except that in signature style, the YAA team does feed the noggin. It elevates the discourse much higher than at your standard kids' museum. Sure, kids were able to make their own "Trash-former" robots and create short films on iPads, but with help from cool cats of the South Florida arts scene (including Tate's Comics), this exhibit explored the attraction to, the psychology behind, and the joys of collecting toys.