It might have been someplace dark and seedy. Or it might just have been you older brother’s bedroom, the corner office or even the cookie jar on the kitchen counter. It doesn’t matter: it was somewhere you were told, in some fashion, not to go. But you went there anyway.
Innovators and Inventors at the King Arts Complex
New Exhibit January 10, 2013 to March 3, 2013
America is known throughout the world for the creative genius of its people. This exhibition highlights contributions by the genius of African American inventors who contributed to the reshaping of the mechanical world and inventions used everyday. From the ironing board, shoe last, lemon squeezer to the stop light and gas mask, the accomplishment are rarely known that many African Americans impacted the world while overcoming poverty, lack of education and racial prejudice.
At the King Arts Complex in Columbus,
Ohio January 10 – March 2, 2013
Elijah Pierce Gallery
867 Mt. Vernon Avenue
Columbus, OH 43202