Description: Among the hills just outside downtown Tulsa is presumably the largest collection of Western art in the world. Offering workshops, lectures, films and live music, travelers can step back in time and travel the old west with authenticity. Founded in 1949 by Thomas Gilcrease, the museum is adorned with Native American and Western artifacts. For the outdoorsy guests, watch the 23 acres of lush gardens bloom on the extensive Gilcrease grounds.
THIRD TUESDAY JAZZ
Visit Gilcrease Museum, 1400 N.
Gilcrease Museum Rd, and hear
local legends perform America’s
Music. 5:30pm. Visit gilcrease.
utulsa.edu for more info.
Third Tuesday of every month.
Monoprint Impressions: Print-Making @ Zarrow
Experience the excitement of making prints in this special class offered in our new printmaking lab. To register, call Cindy Williams.
Third Saturday of every month, 1-5 p.m.