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David B. Waters Trust Artist Talk

James Bagwell, guest conductor with the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, will discuss his career and other music topics with TU student musicians. This event is open to the public.

56th Gussman Juried Student Exhibition

The Gussman Juried Student Exhibition is the capstone exhibit of the academic year, showcasing works produced by students in the School of Art, Design & Art History.

The exhibition will be on display April 4–25, 2024, in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery in Phillips Hall.
Gallery hours: Monday–Friday, 9:00am–4:30pm

This year’s juror is Allison Glenn, a New York–based curator and a Visiting Curator in the Department of Film Studies at the University of Tulsa, organizing the Sovereign Futures Convening.

This exhibition is endowed by The Gussman Juried Student Exhibition Endowment Fund for the School of Art, Design & Art History.

Opening reception: 56th Gussman Juried Student Exhibition

The Gussman Juried Student Exhibition is the capstone exhibit of the academic year, showcasing works produced by students in the School of Art, Design & Art History.

Please join us for an opening reception in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery. The Gussman exhibition awards and departmental awards will be announced at 5:30 p.m., during the reception.

The exhibition will be on display April 4–25, 2024, in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery in Phillips Hall.
Gallery hours: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

This year’s juror is Allison Glenn, a New York–based curator and a Visiting Curator in the Department of Film Studies at the University of Tulsa, organizing the Sovereign Futures Convening.

This exhibition is endowed by The Gussman Juried Student Exhibition Endowment Fund for the School of Art, Design & Art History.

Vocal and Choral Summer Camp 2024

The University of Tulsa School of Music presents the TU Vocal and Choral Camp every summer in July. This five-day summer camp is for high school-aged singers who love vocal and choral music. TU vocal faculty along with guest artists will guide students in the preparation of classical solos appropriate for auditions and contests in daily private lessons and masterclasses. The choral portion will feature choral literature specially selected for the camp and will include preparation of the All-State High School Mixed Choir audition repertoire for the coming year.

Jazz Camp Summer 2024

Discover your inner musician and join the University of Tulsa School of Music’s annual summer Jazz Camp! Experience the thrill of jazz music while learning from our expert instructors. Taking place from July 10-14, 2023, this week-long day camp is open to all music students, from ninth grade to college level, regardless of skill or experience. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to develop your musical talents and make new friends who share your passion for jazz!

 

Clarinet Camp Summer 2024

Are you a young musician looking to hone your skills and reach your full potential? Look no further than The University of Tulsa’s music camps and workshops! Our programs offer unparalleled instruction from the distinguished experts at the TU School of Music. Hundreds of aspiring musicians from various regions have benefited from our instruction, and you can too. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity – contact Richard Wagner, Director of the School of Music at TU, to learn more!

Summer Band Camp 2024

Are you a student who is passionate about music? Do you want to learn more about band performance and improve your skills? If so, don’t miss out on this opportunity! Our annual two-week day band camp is now open to students who are about to enter ninth grade up to recent high school graduates. The camp will take place from Monday, June 10 to Friday, June 21, starting at 8:30 a.m. until noon, and will be held at the TU Lorton Performance Center. Throughout the camp, you will have the chance to attend three full band concerts and learn from experienced instructors. This is a great chance to make new friends who share your passion for music while also improving your abilities. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!

Summer String Chamber Music Camp 2024

The TU Chamber Music Camp is a five-day program that starts on Monday morning and ends with a final showcase concert on Friday evening. The camp is designed for students who are currently enrolled in middle or high school and have a minimum of two years of playing experience. Seniors who have recently graduated are also welcome to attend. The activities of the camp include string orchestra, chamber group coaching, and private lessons. Each day, there will be brown bag performances by TU faculty, students, alumni, and guest artists in the lobby of the Lorton Performance Center, providing a relaxing break and an opportunity to connect with the faculty and other students. All the concerts are free and open to the public.

Learn more here.

Summer Piano Camp 2024

Are you an intermediate to advanced level piano student in grades 9-12? Then you don’t want to miss out on the University of Tulsa’s summer piano camp! This five-day program, held from June 3-7, offers you the chance to work with TU piano faculty and attend seminars, workshops, and presentations designed to equip you with the necessary skills for a career in music or to simply enhance your life through music performance and informed listening.

As if that weren’t enough, the camp will also feature a guest artist. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with other student musicians, as well as watch performances by TU faculty, students, and alumni. But don’t worry if you’re not in grades 9-12; students younger than 9th grade can also apply and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Don’t miss the chance to take your piano skills to the next level and connect with other passionate musicians. Apply now to the University of Tulsa’s summer piano camp!

Photography Exhibition: We Protest

Discover the rich history of political and social demonstrations in Oklahoma with the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities’ upcoming exhibition, We Protest. This exhibition provides a unique insight into the different forms of civil disobedience, including protests, rallies, marches, and sit-ins, and how they have shaped our constitutional rights to free speech and peaceful assembly. Join us from April 5-27 and July 5-27 to explore the underlying tensions that exist in our society and learn how these demonstrations have played a crucial role in shaping Oklahoma’s history. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness history in the making!