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  1. Sep 10 / Ahha Tulsa
    We're ready to safely support local Mayfest artists while cheering on the home team! As FC Tulsa plays host to in-state rival OKC Energy, local artists will set up shop around the concourse at ONEOK Field for fans to browse and support their creative neighbors. With Mayfest 2020 cancelled this year due to the pandemic, FC Tulsa's weekend match will provide a backdrop for local Mayfest artists to showcase their work. While the live music and food vendors that typically accompany a full Mayfest art
  2. Sep 06 / 1 / Ahha Tulsa
    Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 12! We'll be bringing a little taste of Mayfest to the FC Tulsa home match. As FC Tulsa plays host to in-state rival OKC Energy, local artists will set up shop around the concourse at ONEOK Field for fans to browse and safely support their creative neighbors. With Mayfest 2020 cancelled this year due to the pandemic, FC Tulsa's weekend match will provide a backdrop for local Mayfest artists to showcase their work. While the live music and food vendors
  3. Sep 05 / Ahha Tulsa
    Ready to enjoy a safe and fun weekend in the Tulsa Arts District? Plan your next visit to ahha around a dreamy, al fresco meal from a local restaurant! Have lunch, brunch, or dinner at the Weekends on Main outdoor dining event on Main Street. Expanded outdoor seating options will offer service from Antoinette Baking Company, Chimera, The Hunt Club, Ida Red, Prairie Brewpub and The Tavern. Can't make it this weekend? Weekends on Main will continue through every weekend in September during the following
  4. Aug 30 / 1 / Philbrook Museum of Art
    THIS FRIDAY 9/4: we are teaming up with USA BMX for a killer evening. Food trucks, bike tricks, sprinklers, and more. Only $5. 6-8:30pm. Free for members and kids. Advance tickets required. Philbrook.org/c alendar.
  5. Aug 29 / 23 / Philbrook Museum of Art
    Beginning in the late 1960s, Sapulpa, Oklahoma-based #Frankoma Pottery produced a yearly series of Republican Elephant and Democrat Donkey coffee mugs. You may have one (or more) in your cupboard right now. Work by Thomas Nast (1840-1902), the political cartoonist responsible for the elephant/donkey images, is part of the Philbrook collection and was the focus of our past exhibition, Gladiator of the Political Pencil.
  6. Aug 21 / 1 / Philbrook Museum of Art
    The gardens are open until 9pm Friday night. And admission is only $5 after 5pm. Free for kids. TOMORROW 8/21 we will have Andolini's Pizzeria - Tulsa and Frios Gourmet Pops - Tulsa, OK here for your dining pleasure. Food available 6-9pm.
  7. Aug 19 / 1 / Philbrook Museum of Art
    It's WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY DAY! Here's an image from our collection by Depression-era photographer Russell Lee. Daughter of Pomp Hall Preparing Peas for Supper, 1940. The interior walls of the Hall family shack are covered with newspaper, likely an attempt to keep out wind and dust. Notice the journal headlines behind the girl's right ear, announcing a masterpiece on view at the newly opened Philbrook Art Museum. Subtle notes of life's incongruities, often relayed through the printed word, the use of
  8. Jul 20 / 9 / Philbrook Museum of Art
    Today's bounty from the victory garden. All going to Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.
  9. Jun 26 / 1 / Gathering Place
    Tomorrow is the last day for the Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma food box pick up at the 23rd Street parking lot location on the west side of the Arkansas River. Food box distribution will be available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  10. Jun 22 / 2 / Gathering Place
    Painting is one of the best ways to let your creative juices flow, and painting with coffee is a simple and inexpensive way for anyone to make beautiful artwork at home! Check out this month's Art Start for ideas on creating your own coffee work of art.

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