Shelter in Place

Asylum Arts has long believed that the voices of artists are an important aspect of meaningful social change, even more so in this challenging moment in our world. As part of that commitment, we partnered with The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education on Shelter in Place, a site-specific window installation by Adam W. McKinney. The project was supported by CANVAS and organized by the Council of American Jewish Museums. It is one part of “Dwelling in a Time of Plagues,” a larger project exploring Sukkot and Justice with additional installations at The Jewish History Museum in Tucson and the Holocaust Museum Los Angeles.


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