The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is bringing the traveling exhibit, The Tolerance Project, to the Sooner State for the first time. The Tolerance Project is a collection of posters […]
Help us celebrate Danielle Gurevitch and Elana Gomel's new book, The Palgrave Handbook of Global Fantasy! Both Gurevitch and Gomel will participate in a panel about fantasy and their new book at 101 E. Archer. Arrive early and get a free Dungeons and Dragons dice set. Reception with food and wine to follow. About the […]
Heller Theatre Company is proud to present the second year of the horror-themed short play program, Hellerween: Shorts to Scare You Shortless! Local actors are invited to audition for roles in these plays. Auditions will consist of cold readings – no preparation or experience necessary! Learn more at https://www.hellertheatreco.com/shorts.
Help us welcome frequent New York Review of Books contributor Frances Wilson to Tulsa. Wilson will talk about the art of biography, her new book Burning Man: The Trials of D.H. Lawrence, and the research she is doing on novelist Muriel Spark in McFarlin Library’s Special Collections. Frances Wilson is a critic, journalist, and the author of […]
TU students: Meet the people behind one of the nation’s top arts districts and experience exclusive pre-opening access to Tulsa’s popular First Friday Art Crawl. Join us for a walking […]
Join us for a series of Halloween-themed events at the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities (OCH)! Colorfully illustrated and dense with lore, the 78 cards of the tarot attract our collective imagination both in times of turmoil and eras of reason. In this lecture and live demonstration, we will explore the evolution of the cards […]
We invite the TU community to explore the profound impacts of inner experiences through the "Inner Journeys" exhibit. Dive into the insights of Albert Einstein's thought experiments, William Blake's mystical […]