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Alternative Energy Museum

January 2, 2012

The BIOS Museum

of Green Living

Alternative energy displays and Environmental Art gallery

Exhibition, Special Event, Festival, Education/Workshop, Symposium, Performance, Conference

“To translate knowledge and information into experience: that is the function of literature and art.” – Joseph Campbell

At The Bios Museum of Green Living we will create an experience to translate information about the needs of our own personal health, and the well being of the planet, through the use of art, literature and various multi media, and technology displays. The Bios Museum will educate and inspire acceptance and understanding of the different ways in which we can live a healthier life while not taxing the resources of our planet. In addition to the Museum’s exhibits, gallery and learning space, the Museum will house: a Children’s Space, a Gift Store, and a school group/classroom facility. There will be a designated gallery featuring environmental art as well as displays throughout the building. The space will be filled with original works of art for sale and appreciation. Art will also be available for display and purchase online through The BIOS Center website.

Our Mission: Change the world and leave it a better place for future generations.

While this may seem like a lofty goal we firmly believe there is no better goal than to help people live better, healthier lives today while ensuring that future generations will be able to enjoy a better standard of living than we did.

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Environmental Art Gallery

Learn About The Creation Of Our Environmental Ballet

‘Never doubt that a small, group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.’ – Margaret Mead

Want to make a change? Together we can make a difference, contact BIOS founder, Steve Schappert today.

The Bios Environmental Art Gallery

Coming soon to 72 Railroad Street New Milford CT 06776

via Alternative Energy Museum.

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