Renton History Museum
Now through 11/5/2021
When You Can’t Go Home: Portraits of Refugees in the Pacific Northwest is the life work of Karisa Keasey, local artist, author, and advocate. With the help of World Relief, a globally celebrated refugee resettlement organization, Keasey spent hours with each refugee featured in this exhibit and helps viewers feel as if they have too. She has a passion for enabling some of the most marginalized people in the world to be seen and heard. When You Can’t Go Home couples inspiring stories with the hard-hitting facts surrounding the current global refugee crisis.
The Renton History Museum is located at 235 Mill Avenue S, Renton. The Renton History Museum has reopened with all the important precautions: masks required, social distancing, frequent cleaning, and limited capacity. Hours are Wednesday through Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM. Because capacity is limited to 25% at a time (or 15 people) we recommend that you call or email for reservations so you won’t be disappointed – 425-255-2330 or RentonHistoryMuseum@rentonwa.gov