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PROJECT OSMOSIS’ DESIGN CENTER – Project Osmosis
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EXPERIENCE THE POWER
OF DESIGN EDUCATION

Our vision for 2020 and beyond is to design-build a best of class design Center to house our brilliant students and staff and our design education initiatives. A place where artists can dream, express themselves, and experience the beauty of breath of the design community. Our goal is to raise 8 million to build the school.

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Background Information:

Osmosis Design Education Initiative TM (also known as Project Osmosis) was established as a not-for-profit organization to further “design education for underserved minority youth.” Today, Project Osmosis is devoted to preserving and promoting the enduring achievements of both professional designers and mentoring the talents of our youth. The Project Osmosis philosophical principles are expressed in three words: dreams, self-expression and community. Project Osmosis believes that dreams come true, self-expression matters and our communities will benefit from our youth’s creativity. Osmosis Design Education Initiative provides a unique understanding and appreciation of visual arts. Areas of focus include: graphic design, multimedia, urban design, Industrial design, architecture, fashion design, and interior design.

Design Objective:

To develop Osmosis Design Center that will be a hub where Osmosis staff, design mentors on the South Side of Chicago were students of color can share learn and share their experiences in the world of design.

BUILDING A LOCATION ON THE SOUTHSIDE OF CHICAGO WITH THE FOCUS ON AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES

Age: Kids, Teen, and Adults

Gender: Male/Female

Education: Grammar School High School, College, and Professional

Ethnicity: African American, Hispanic, Caucasian, Asian and other

Location: Chicagoland area