If you ever get the chance to enter Josie Osborne’s century-old house in Riverwest, be sure to ask about the assemblage box on her mantel. She’ll tell you about Chance and Glue. It’s the name of the box, the poem that inspired it and, in a way, the mentality that’s driven her life.
Osborne’s own career is a collage of experiences revolving around art; she worked at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design for nine years, was involved in the K-12 Arts Initiative Program in Milwaukee Public Schools and served on the Board of Latino Arts. Currently, she works as Director of the First Year Program in Art and Design at UW-Milwaukee, and also serves on the Milwaukee Arts Board.
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