Concrete & Adrift: On the Poverty Line was an invitational exhibition featuring regional and national contemporary artists addressing poverty and homelessness. Paired with AMoA’s exhibition showcasing beggars in Rembrandt’s etchings (Sordid & Sacred: The Beggars in Rembrandt’s Etchings Selections from the John Villarino Collection), contemporary American artists shared the first floor gallery during the Spring exhibit period in Concrete & Adrift: On the Poverty Line. This exhibition was juried from over 200 regional and national submissions, and featured 39 contemporary artists from around the United States, working in a variety of media. Concrete & Adrift confronts a number of issues facing those in poverty and homelessness, two subjects that are often underrepresented and misunderstood in our society today. AMoA worked with artists in this exhibition to bring the discussion to the forefront and confront multiple stereotypes and generalizations often encountered.