Art Exhibit Comes to Pasadena Homeless Shelter
“My Dog is My Home” at Union Station Homeless Services focuses on the human-animal bond.
Posted by Michelle Mowad (Editor), May 24, 2014
On Tuesday May 27, Union Station Homeless Services will host an opening reception for the National Museum of Animals & Society’s exhibit “My Dog is My Home,” which consists of photography, sculpture and art.
The pop-up tour kicks off at Union Station Homeless Service’s Adult Day Center in Pasadena on Tuesday, May 27th with a “meet the curator” coffee reception at 1 pm. The exhibit will run for four weeks at Union Station Homeless Services’ Adult Center.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 1pm
WHERE: Union Station Homeless Services’ Adult Center, 412 S. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA 91105
WHY: The National Museum of Animals & Society (NMAS) presents an exhibition that draws upon the personal stories of homeless human-animal families and the providers who assist them with accessing services. My Dog is My Home was featured at NMAS is East Hollywood from October 2013 – January 2014. The exhibit is now traveling to various locations in pop-up format.