Cocktails at the Museum
An Outside-In Exhibition + Interactive Artist Conversation Featuring Dwelling in a Time of Plagues Works
Clamor in the Desert by Mirta Kupferminc
Shelter in Place by Adam W. McKinney
The Ushpizin of the Silver Screen by Tiffany Woolf
With Reflection and Commentary from CANVAS Founder Lou Cove + Funding Partners
The Jim Joseph Foundation • The Peleh Fund • The Righteous Persons Foundation • The Klarman Family Foundation • The Charles & Lynn Schusterman Foundation
Join us for an evening of art and philanthropy — an evening far outside your typical Zoom experience — where we will tour the coast-to-coast exhibition Dwelling in a Time of Plagues with the artists and museum directors whose collaborative work caught the attention of the art world and received global acclaim this Sukkot.
Dwelling in a Time of Plagues is a Jewish creative response to real-world plagues of our time funded by CANVAS, a Jewish arts and culture funding collaborative incubated by JFN.
Dwelling is a constellation of outdoor art installations at Jewish museum sites around the United States, displayed during Sukkot and Passover of 5781. Collectively, these commissions grapple with contemporary crises: the global pandemic, institutional racism and ageism, forced isolation, global warming, and the crisis for migrants and refugees.
More information about Dwelling in a Time of Plagues at www.PlagueDwelling.com
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