Cool Books, Food For Thought.

Cool Books, Food For Thought.

Like a children’s book illustration, imagine the magic visitors will experience when they approach a stunningly crafted, wood refrigerator in the corridor off of the lobby of the museum. When they open the door, the light goes on illuminating the possibilities of books they can read.

A refrigerator may be the most often used item in people’s homes. It’s welcoming and draws one to it. It spontaneously inspires use, encourages togetherness and leads to good health.

It’s accessible art

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Date created: 2015

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4000 Michigan Rd., IN


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