Contemporary Jewish Denver: The Reanimation of Historic Jewish Spaces
This capstone project for the Program in Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder served as the summation of my work and studies for the four years I spent in the program. This project captures the reanimation of three Jewish spaces in contemporary Denver, Colorado. I created a photo series of these Jewish spaces, which explores the ever-changing Denver Jewish community and how it has evolved since its inception in the late 19th century.
These sites include the former Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, now home to the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design(the first 10 images); an original building belonging to Temple Emanuel, now home to The Temple (the following 10 images); and the Golden Hill Cemetery (the final 10 images).