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Project Osmosis is off to a great start in 2015! – OSMOSIS
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Project Osmosis is off to a great start in 2015!

This years theme is S.T.E.A.M. and we are very excited about our partnerships in this area with The Bronzeville Children’s Museum. Art On The Loose, Inc. just completed for the Bronzeville Children’s Museum a new exhibition and revised web site” focused on the topic: African American Inventors Changing Lives. The Exhibit focuses on the inventions that African Americans have made in the areas of S.T.E.A.M. with a focus on the medical, science and product industry.The exhibit features a inventor’s touch screen, a mural of great inventors which includes industrial design and Osmosis advisor Charles Harrison along with sections on the great inventors Benjamin Banneker and George Washington Carver. Please visit the new website at: bronzvillechildrensmuseum.com. The Bronzeville Children’s Museum.com is located on: 9301 South Stony Island Avenue, Chicago, IL. 60617.

Watch the feature on ABC7 Chicago

In honor of Black History Month, Bronzeville Children’s Museum exhibit is showcasing the work of African American inventors.

bronzevillechildrensmuseum.com

Shirley Justice-Kelly
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