The University Libraries offers pre-packaged traveling exhibitions available for circulation and display at cultural and educational institutions across the United States. Traveling exhibitions provide fresh interpretations for permanent collections, propose connections to recent research, and attract new audiences. Institutions hosting traveling exhibitions may present related public programs, including lectures by scholars, panel discussions, book and film discussion series, school and college class tours and curriculum activities, essay contests, and concerts.
Exhibitions arrive ready to install, with curatorial and registrarial information, public relations materials, publications, and installation, handling and shipping instructions. Educational and programming materials may be designed upon request.
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FROM HAVEN TO HOME: 350 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
15 Panels (double-sided, concave shape, each panel is 88"H x 96"W x 28"D)
The exhibition examines the Jewish experience in the United States through the prisms of "Haven" and "Home." "Haven" opens with a selection of pivotal documents expressing the ideals of freedom that have come to represent the promise of America. This section also explores the formative experiences of Jewish immigrants as they struggled to become American. The "Home" section focuses on the opportunities and challenges inherent in a free society and the uniquely American Jewish religious movements, institutions, and associations created in response. In telling the story of diverse groups of Jewish immigrants who made the United States their home, the exhibition examines the intertwined themes, and sometimes conflicting aims, of accommodation, assertion, adaptation, and acculturation that have characterized the American Jewish experience from its beginnings in 1654 to the present day.
Read more about the exhibition in this brochure.
View a complete checklist of the 15 exhibit panels in this document.
View images from exhibition installation in this document.