The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art


The Experience of Tel Aviv Nights while Supporting the Preservation and Education of Jewish Culture and Community

Museum Donations

~A Beautiful Evening~

Thank you all for a special night!

~ Event Sponsors~
Thank you
for your generous contributions. Your gifts support educational, cultural and
historical programs, as well as Museum operations.

Sarona Market ~ $10,000
Coretz Family Foundation
George Kaiser Family Foundation

Neve Tzedik Arts District ~ $5,000
Sanford and Irene Burnstein Family Foundation
Lori and Mike Cohen
Charlotte Kantor
Carol Miller
Barbara Sylvan

Florentin ~ $2,500
Joan Green
Emily Kaiser
Scott and Jolene Sanditen Philanthropic Fund
Charlotte Schuman and Sherri Goodall
Charles Schusterman Family Philanthropies
Angie and Jon Stolper
The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation
Maxine and Jack Zarrow Family Foundation

Ha’Tayelet ~ $1,000
Atento Capital
Judy and Ronny Altman
Estelle and Allan Avery
CJC Architects, Inc
Jan and David Finer
Katherine and Lynn Frame
Julie Frank
Miranda and Philip Kaiser
Carolyn and David Nierenberg
Wilfred and Jean Sanditen Philanthropic Fund
Katherine and S. Gerald Sandler
Betty and Ed Sherman

Shuk Ha’Carmel ~ $500
Laurie and Bob Berman
Brian Brouse
Clayman Family Fund
Nancy and Harvey Cohen
Janet Dundee and Jeff Darby
Lori Frank and LaVonna Reed
Sue Ginsburg
Lynn and Marc Goldberg
Lisa and Phil Goldfarb
Greenberg, Toubin and Utay Families
Paul Grossbard
Ronni and Allen Horn
Jim Jakubovitz and Amanda Anderson
Jan Jankowsky
Ree and Ed Kaplan
Jane and Mickey Katz
Nancy and Mark Lobo
Sallye Mann
Paula and Malcolm Milsten
Mudd Family Properties
Dian Peacock and Craig Jenkins
Brina Reinstein
Nancy Resnick
Marcy and Bernard Robinowitz
Harold Sanditen and Thanassi Kalantzis
Erla and John Sieler
Dana and Norm Simon
Temple Israel
Cynthia and Jeff Thetge
Barbara and Ron Winder

Celebrate progress . . .

The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is the cornerstone of Holocaust education in Oklahoma. Recent legislation ensuring that the State’s public school students are educated about the largest act of genocide in world history tasks the Museum with providing tools for that curriculum.

The landmark bill establishes the needed momentum to further engage our visitors and expand our educational and programming objectives.

Your continued support and generosity have advanced our goals and sustained this mission. Please join us to celebrate our progress and help further enhance the future of Holocaust education.

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Chef Devin Levine

Award-winning Chef Devin Levine CEC is currently the Executive Chef of the beautiful BOK Center Arena & the Cox Business Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Chef Levine was previously with Southern Hills Country Club for 34 years and headed the kitchens as executive chef for 21 years.  Devin began his cooking career at the young age of 13 years old at the Camelot Inn of Tulsa, working in all aspects of the kitchen and assumed his first Executive Chef’s position at the Executive Dining Room in the Bank of Oklahoma tower at 19 years old.

After decades in the culinary world, Devin continues to find the magic at his job!

More from Devin Levine

Happy Hour Chefs

Discover delicious appetizers and cocktails from local Jewish chefs and bartenders.

Matthew Amberg
Oren Restaurant

A sleek restaurant for what Matthew calls “progressive American” cuisine, located in Brookside, a stone’s throw from where he grew up.

Joel Bein
The Meat & Cheese Show
A Cheese Wench & Rub Production

Joel is the owner and chef of the RUB Food Truck and has been a featured guest on the Cowboy Chef’s Table luncheon series.

Hunter Stone Gambill
Gambill’s Pastaria & Grocery and Gambill’s Jewish Deli

Previously opened OklahomaDistilling Company (makers of Indian Grass Vodka) and created a roast of coffee. He plans to open three other restaurants in 2023.

Andy Cagle
Co-founder Inner Circle Vodka Bar

Andy co-founded the downtown Tulsa staple, Inner Circle Vodka Bar and there created epic extravaganzas. Andy's true passion lies in costumes and events that bring together the Tulsa community.

" . . . it may very well be my favorite museum . . ."

"I took a group of 31 teenagers last week through the museum. I can’t stop talking about not only the hospitality of the staff, but also the accommodations they made for our large group. Those things coupled with such amazing exhibits, it may very well be my favorite museum at this time. Definitely worth the visit."

// Lacey Henderson, July 2023


The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art exists to preserve the cultural origins of the Jewish people and showcase its beauty through fine art, Judaica, and the triumph of the human spirit. Through our programming, education, and exhibits, visitors of all backgrounds can develop a deeper understanding of the 5,000 years of Jewish history told through both accomplishment & despair and our cultural relics & artistic flare. The Museum invites you on this expedition to learn about the best and the worst of people and show you the beauty in art and culture that are intrinsic pieces of a broader, collective Jewish human experience.