- Topaz Camp
- When Words Weren't Enough
- Museum Project
- Digital Archive
The Topaz Museum board received a $714k grant from the Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant program to build the Topaz Museum. That money added to donations and gifts from foundations and individuals has made it possible to finish building the Museum on Main Street in Delta, Utah.
Sparano and Mooney Architects and Darin Mano of RAW Design completed drawings for the 8,000 sq. ft. building that is situated at 55 West Main Street in Delta, Utah, next to the new Community Center. Westland Construction from Orem, Utah constructed the building.
West Office Exhibition Design from Oakland, CA is refining the exhibits which will be the heart of the Museum, including a barrack apartment, art gallery, camp model, and other features that will tell the history of Topaz. Fund raising for the exhibits will continue during the summer. Your contribution will ensure that the Museum will open as soon as possible.