Bossard library reveals ‘Bodies’


Bossard Memorial Library officially launched its “Bodies Revealed” exhibit Sunday afternoon, but on Saturday night, the library hosted an invitation-only sneak peak. The event kicked off with an opening ceremony at the French Art Colony’s outdoor pavilion on First Avenue before moving to the Riverside Room at the library. Seen by millions worldwide, the exhibition features real, whole and partial body specimens that have been meticulously preserved through a special process, giving visitors the opportunity to view the complexity of their own organs and systems. Bossard officials said it is the first time the exhibit, which has been shown worldwide, has been staged at a library. The exhibition will be on display at Bossard until Dec. 31 and is free, but reservations are strongly encouraged. Walk-in entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis after all reservations are fulfilled.


Bossard Memorial Library officially launched its “Bodies Revealed” exhibit Sunday afternoon, but on Saturday night, the library hosted an invitation-only sneak peak. The event kicked off with an opening ceremony at the French Art Colony’s outdoor pavilion on First Avenue before moving to the Riverside Room at the library. Seen by millions worldwide, the exhibition features real, whole and partial body specimens that have been meticulously preserved through a special process, giving visitors the opportunity to view the complexity of their own organs and systems. Bossard officials said it is the first time the exhibit, which has been shown worldwide, has been staged at a library. The exhibition will be on display at Bossard until Dec. 31 and is free, but reservations are strongly encouraged. Walk-in entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis after all reservations are fulfilled.

Bossard Memorial Library officially launched its “Bodies Revealed” exhibit Sunday afternoon, but on Saturday night, the library hosted an invitation-only sneak peak. The event kicked off with an opening ceremony at the French Art Colony’s outdoor pavilion on First Avenue before moving to the Riverside Room at the library. Seen by millions worldwide, the exhibition features real, whole and partial body specimens that have been meticulously preserved through a special process, giving visitors the opportunity to view the complexity of their own organs and systems. Bossard officials said it is the first time the exhibit, which has been shown worldwide, has been staged at a library. The exhibition will be on display at Bossard until Dec. 31 and is free, but reservations are strongly encouraged. Walk-in entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis after all reservations are fulfilled.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Bodies1.jpgBossard Memorial Library officially launched its “Bodies Revealed” exhibit Sunday afternoon, but on Saturday night, the library hosted an invitation-only sneak peak. The event kicked off with an opening ceremony at the French Art Colony’s outdoor pavilion on First Avenue before moving to the Riverside Room at the library. Seen by millions worldwide, the exhibition features real, whole and partial body specimens that have been meticulously preserved through a special process, giving visitors the opportunity to view the complexity of their own organs and systems. Bossard officials said it is the first time the exhibit, which has been shown worldwide, has been staged at a library. The exhibition will be on display at Bossard until Dec. 31 and is free, but reservations are strongly encouraged. Walk-in entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis after all reservations are fulfilled.
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