The University of Tulsa is excited to celebrate what would have been the 125th birthday of artist Alexandre Hogue, former head of TU’s Department of Art and namesake of the Alexandre Hogue Gallery located in Phillips Hall. Hogue 125 Inspired: Oklahoma Landscapes opens Jan. 19 and demonstrates the artist’s legacy and continued impact on the […]
Empathy is the cornerstone of all successful design projects. Learn why empathy is so important to employers. Join the Creativity Club and participate in fun, educational activities that will spark your creative thought process and ignite your inner flame for innovative problem-solving. There is nothing magical about creative people and their ability to develop new […]
Join TU Communications Hall of Fame inductee Jenkin Jones, Jr. for a lecture on the history of Oklahoma politics. This event is free to attend and lunch will be provided. Jenkin Jones, Jr. spent his 32-year career at The Tulsa Tribune in a variety of jobs, from reporter to editor and publisher. His specialty was […]
“Reproductive Rights and Freedom” will foster public conversation on urgent questions concerning individual rights and bodily autonomy with broad implications for gender equality, community well being, privacy, healthcare, tribal sovereignty and free speech. Historian Rickie Solinger will deliver a keynote address contextualizing the long history of reproductive justice in the U.S., from white settlement on […]
A night of informal research presentations at Heirloom Rustic Ales. Grab a drink and hear the following Kendall College of Arts & Sciences faculty present on history, music and more: Thomas Buoye (history), Machele Dill (School of Music), Matt Lemmond (School of Art, Design, and Art History), Danielle Macdonald (anthropology) and Justin McCrackin (education).
Automobiles have always been promoted and sold as the great American “freedom machines.” But for too many of us, they have become vehicles of unfreedom. Drawing on interviews with formerly incarcerated men and women, Andrew Ross discusses all of the ways in which car ownership and car use can lead to detention, either through policing […]
Enjoy a concert and musical discussion with TU School of Music faculty. Featuring Machele Dill, soprano, and James Gregory, piano.
The ability to redefine failure into a learning opportunity enables us to turn failure into a success story. This is an essential trait that builds resiliency by teaching us to learn from what went wrong. Join the Creativity Club and participate in fun, educational activities that will spark your creative thought process and ignite your […]
Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is partnering with TU’s College of Law to create a three-day symposium that brings together questions about law, identity, history, citizenship and migration. This three-day conference focuses on the ongoing work of Native sovereignty in Oklahoma. Examining tribal sovereignty from multiple perspectives, including Native leadership, legal issues and ideas, artistic […]
The 55th Annual Gussman Juried Student Exhibition will be on view March 30 through April 20, featuring student works juried by Alexandre Hogue’s daughter Olivia Hogue Mariño. Opening reception and awards announcement: March 30, 5-7 p.m. The exhibition may be viewed in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Have you ever read poetry that uses fieldwork and archives to deal with important social and political concerns? Come hear three acclaimed poets who employ research and reporting to grapple with such timely issues as immigration, identity, cultural appropriation, racism and the military- and prison-industrial complexes. Their works intersect with the social sciences, drawing on […]