Capital Campaign Donor Recognition

Historic Stone Avenue Temple Donor Recognition
Tucson Arizona, 2001, Ceramic Tile

Built in 1910, the Stone Avenue Temple was the first Jewish house of worship established in the Arizona Territory. During its rehabilitation Nina designed a donor recognition wall as part of their capital campaign.

Jewish symbolism, territorial history motifs, and images of the Sonora Desert appear within the design to tell the story of the Temple and its current mission. For instance, five ceramic tile pomegranates within the donor wall symbolize the five original female founders. Names continue to be added to the recognition wall although the campaign has ended.

Jewish History Museum was voted the fourth best museum in the Southwest


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