Ebola Domino Project Interactive Exhibit

The Ebola Domino Project, presented by Doug Anderson, Chair of the Art Department, is a creative humanitarian experiment that converts the talents of visual artists into donor dollars. Professional, college, and amateur artists from across the country created hundreds of dominoes, which will be on display at the Pacific University Library on May 13.

The dominoes can be purchased at the show for $25, or received as a perk for a $25 donation on the Ebola Domino Indiegogo site. All monies collected will be given to AmeriCares, an aid organization working in Ebola-stricken West Africa.

At the core of the project is the hope of providing some measure of relief for the families and communities of Western Africa still suffering from Ebola’s long-lasting socioeconomic impact.

Donate and recieve a domino while supplies last and view the Ebola Domino Project on Indiegogo.

Friday, May 8, 2015