Please join us on Sunday evening, October 26, 2014 at The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art for an evening of honoring the past and building a future at this year’s premier fundraising event the Building Bash. The festivities this year will honor Lori and Michael A. Cohen and Deana and Michael G. Maloney for their leadership and dedication to the Museum. Thanks to their generosity, the new entrance and gallery dedication in memory of Mildred and Julius Sanditen will be the first expansion to the building since the grand opening on Zarrow Campus. The grand opening of the new Sanditen Gallery will feature the exhibit Leonard Nimoy: Secret Selves.
Fans of both Fine Art Photography and Star Trek legend will be thrilled with this acclaimed photographic exhibition of Leonard Nimoy: Secret Selves. Nurturing his artistic interest in hidden identities, volunteer subjects were invited in photography sessions to reveal their secret selves, whether by costume, pose, or attitude. The resulting portraits are the Secret Selves exhibit.
Mr. Nimoy will make a rare appearance as the keynote speaker for the evening via Skype. The Building Bash is being headed up this year by Chair Sallye Mann and Patron Chair Susan Fenster. Your patronage and participation is critical to the success of this event, supporting one-third of our operating budget and making ambitious educational and programming goals possible. Each year, the number of visitors touring The Miller increases. Museum attendance will exceed 12,000 in 2014, three times the number of visitors just 10 years ago. The Museum looks forward to greeting you and your guests at our Building Bash.
If you would like patron information or have any questions, please contact Melissa Schnur, Museum Development Director at 918.492.1818.