HEALTH & WELLBEING
CULTURE & LIFESTYLE
The doors open at 5:55pm on May 3, with a $5 admission donation, and all work selling for $55. And, of course, all the artwork measure 5 inches by 5 inches. May 3-25.
Thursdays. Continues through May 25.
Tulsa Artists' Coalition Gallery
, 9 E. Brady, Tulsa (Downtown), 918-592-0041, tacgallery.org
Bean Finneran: Ceramic Landscapes
Innovative work in ceramics. Ms. Finneran hand-rolls pieces of clay into smooth curves and aggregates those pieces into large floor sculptures. Each piece must be reassembled at the exhibition location, creating a slightly new piece for each showing.
Through June 30.
, 108 E. Brady St., (Downtown).
Before I Die Wall
Sounding board/art project/contest entry. Before I Die wall offers a chance to write down (and read) a wish before dying, whether death is imminent or not. Location to rotate. Take Heart Tulsa picks monthly winner to make someone's wish come true.
Back Alley Blues & BBQ
, 116 S. Elgin Ave., Tulsa (Downtown), 918-728-8300.
Experience artists within the same bloodline displaying their generational talent together. Through May 25.
, 211 S. Main St., Broken Arrow, (Broken Arrow).
Frank Lloyd Wright's Samara: A Mid-Century Dream Home
This exhibition traces the design of "Samara," the 1952 home for Catherine and John Christian in West Lafayette, Indiana. A prime example of Wright's Usonian architecture that was completed in phases over the past sixty years, with furniture, drawings and artifacts from the home.
Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sundays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Sept. 8.
Price Tower Arts Center
, 510 Dewey Ave., Bartlesville (Downtown), 918-336-4949, pricetower.org
Sweet Spot Exhibition Opening
A glimpse into the creative process of the Hardesty Arts Center design as told by Selser Schaefer Architects with photographic and video interpretations by Don Emrick and Geoffrey Hicks.
Thu., May 23, 6-9 p.m.
Hardesty Arts Center
, 101 E. Archer St., (Downtown).
Rhinestone Cowboy Event
Happy hour, BBQ, live & silent auction, live music, dancing. Benefits Volunteers of America.
Thu., May 23, 5:30 p.m.
, 6808 S. 107th E. Ave., (South), 918-296-ARTS, 918-585-1201.
Heidi Swedberg & The Sukey Jump Band
Former actress, best known for her role as George’s fiancé in Seinfeld – Heidi plays the ukulele in her band. Enjoy a “Cup of Tea” a sweet little love song co-written by Swedberg and her youngest daughter. A follow-up to her fun-for-all debut Play! Ages 5-12.
Thu., May 23, 11-11:45 a.m.
, 4th & Denver, (Downtown), 918-596-7977.
HOMEWARD BOUND PUG RESCUE
In desperate need of fosters in
the Tulsa area. If you or someone
you know would be interested in
fostering a pug please contact
Gail Tucker at 405-706-1492 or
LEARNING TO READ
Tulsa City-County currently has
more than 40 adults on a waiting
list for a reading tutor. To become
a tutor and register for training, go
to tulsalibrary.org/literacy or call
MEALS ON WHEELS
Needs volunteers, just 2 hrs. of
your time on the day of your choice.
RED CROSS BABYSITTERS TRAINING
Ages 11-15. Learn how to safely
care for children and become Red
Cross certified. $35. 10151 E. 11th
St. 918-831-1126 or tulsaredcross.org.
YOUTH PHILANTHROPY INITIATIVE
Incoming high school freshman and
sophomores in the Tulsa area are
wanted for the Youth Philanthropy
Initiative of Tulsa. Come learn
leadership, problem solving and
philanthropy with YPI. Visit ypitulsa.
org for more info.