Donna Matles Retrospective
Donna Matles, of blessed memory, was a genuine artist. As a respected artist, jewelry designer, wood turner, and conservator of Judaica, she helped launch the Fenster Gallery, which later became The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art.Plan Your Visit
Although Donna lived in Tulsa, she was known nationally through her featured work in books and magazines. Her talents were shared within our community and could be found at Congregation B’nai Emunah, Temple Israel, Zarrow Pointe, and The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art. When it came to Fine Art, whether to create it or care for it, there was no one better than Donna. Her big heart spread her joy and passion for the arts to everyone she encountered. Her legacy will continue, spreading beauty through her artwork.
Upon Thy Gates: The Winik Mezuzah Collection
An exciting new exhibition presenting 73 mezuzot showcasing a wide range of styles, materials, and Jewish symbols. The mezuzot were created in places all over the world . . .
Humans of the Holocaust
As the grandson of a Holocaust survivor, Erez Kaganovitz created Humans of the Holocaust project to tell the human story of Holocaust survivors, their children and Jews around the world who are affected by antisemitism today.