April 5 – July 2014 • Free Admission*
Art of Survival – Ending the Turmoil of Tule Lake
Art of Survival is an exploration of the only Japanese American Segregation Center of WWII, featuring the fine art photography of Hiroshi Watanabe.
A traveling exhibition probing the complexity of the Japanese American confinement site in Newell, CA – the largest of the 10 confinement sites
Favell Museum patron support allows the museum to continue to offer an unparalleled historical experience, broadening our understanding of the past, and to be an important economic asset to Klamath Falls. The museum is a non-profit, tax exempt organization. Your patron membership is tax deductible. Your donation of any size is appreciated and will be put to good use in keeping the museum viable and active!
Located on the banks of the Link River, the museum offers a spacious banquet facility and state of the art kitchen making entertaining easy for individuals or caterers. Warm colors and lighting create an inviting ambiance for luncheons, dinners, weddings, meetings, and retreats. The lovely outdoor patio and garden area provides a beautiful setting for a wedding ceremony or special event. Learn more at (541) 882-9996.