HOMEWOOD, IL — The Homewood Science Center has received a grant from the annual ComEd Powering the Arts Program. The center will receive up to $10,000, according to a news release from ComEd.
The release states that as a way to support accessibility to the arts in northern Illinois in the face of challenges due to the pandemic, ComEd and the League of Chicago Theatres are awarding grants of up to $10,000 each to 16 nonprofit organizations.
According to ComEd, this grant will help further establish the Homewood Science Center as a hub for science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) in the south suburbs of Chicago. As part of its arts programming, the center will provide guests speakers, exhibits, film screenings and a STEAM studio family makerspace for creative expression at two facilities located one block from the Homewood Metra station.
According to the release, since…