Sukkot Festivals Fight Homelessness

Cass, Janet
November 2000
Art Papers Magazine;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p6
The article presents information architectural exhibitions held in Indiana and Minnesota, which auctioned displayed items in order to support organizations working to create affordable housing called the sukkah. The sukkah is a temporary home which is traditionally erected for one week as part of the Jewish festival of Sukkot every fall season.


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