RECYCLED/REPURPOSED/REPAIRTHEWORLD: Art as Tikkun Olam

EXHIBITION: RECYCLED/REPURPOSED/REPAIRTHEWORLD: Art as Tikkun Olam

Selections from the Temple Judea Museum Photography Collection

DATES: March 30 - June 30, 2019

A desk calendar that is now an Omer calendar; a cigarette box that is now an Etrog box. These recycled treasures from the museum’s permanent collection serve as inspiration as 22 artists recycle and repurpose objects from the ridiculous to the sublime, demonstrating their creativity, concern for our environment and the concept of Tikkun Olam (Repair the World).

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The mission of the museum (TJM) begins with the more than 3,000 objects in its permanent collection through exhibitions; preservation; acquisition; and value as an educational tool. An active exhibition schedule showcases both historic and contemporary collections, and the museum regards contemporary art as essential to a fully realized Jewish visual experience. The museum's Artists Collaborative is an essential part of all museum activities.