Posts tagged donor wall
Bok Tower Gardens: Campaign Recognition

Bok Tower Gardens is a historic landmark. The singing carillon tower and surrounding gardens were a gift from founder and philanthropist Edward W. Bok. Designed by architect Milton B. Medary, the tower features the finest design and craftsmanship of the period, including stonework by Lee Lawrie, tiles by J.H. Dulles Allen and metalwork by Samuel Yellin. The 60-bell carillon is one of the finest in the world. The gardens were designed by the renowned landscape architect Frank Law Olmstead, Jr.

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Donor Wall in New College of Charleston kosher and vegetarian dining hall

The Sylvia Vlosky Yaschik Jewish Studies Center at the College of Charleston has expanded its facilities and is including an innovative new concept, a kosher/vegetarian dining hall. Notably, the new facility will be open to students, faculty, staff and the community, thereby providing greater connections between the college community and downtown Charleston, South Carolina.

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Art Commission: Mission Hospital Centralized Donor Recognition Display

The tile framing the donor recognition components is the work of ceramicist and public artist, Alex Irvine. It was commissioned for this display and features the dogwood and cross icons long associated with the Mission brand. Heurista led the concept development, design, coordination and installation of this donor recognition display and continues to work with the Mission Foundation in developing new content for the interactive media.

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