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PANEL DISCUSSION: What’s Next? Inventions that will Change Contemporary Living

Mint Museum UPTOWN

Wednesday, Jan 08

7:00PM - 8:00PM

Admission: FREE

Registration required.

The World’s Fairs exhibition highlights technologies, materials and designs that changed the late 19th and early 20th century, and impacted people’s lives, homes and business practices. A panel of experts from such diverse fields as energy, healthcare, technology, design and engineering will share some of the innovative concepts that may change our lives in the future. The four panelists are: Hilary Davidson, Director of Sustainability and Community Affairs at  Duke Energy Corporation (www.duke-energy.com), Dr. R. Henry Capps, MD, Co-Chief Medical Information Officer with Novant Health (www.novanthealth.org), Louis Foreman, founder and Chief Executive of enventys (www.enventys.com) and CEO of Edison Nation (www.EdisonNation.com), and Michael Madsen, Vice President, IBM Software Group (www.ibm.com). A light reception follows the discussion.


Generously sponsored by UTC Aerospace Systems


Admission to World's Fairs 

Image Credit: Raymond Ruys, designer, Belgian, 1885-1956; Delheid Frères, manufacturer, Belgium (Brussels), 1828-1981. Zaire Centerpiece Bowl, 1930. Silver. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City. Purchase: The Charlotte and Perry Faeth Fund. 2002.4



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