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Living Arts Foundation Call for Animated Short Films

The Living Arts Animation Festival features short film animations submitted locally and from around the world. Animations may be stop-motion, Claymation, 2-D animation, 3-D animation or cut-outs, to name a few. All films must be 6 minutes or less. Curator Mery McNett will determine the festival selections.

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Tulsa Modern Movement Plans for 2014-15 Season

Always known for its cosmopolitan cultural environment, Tulsa is in the midst of a renaissance fueling robust infrastructure development, particularly in the Brady Arts District immediately north of downtown. New places for more art have given rise to TuMM (Tulsa Modern Movement), a resident modern dance company.

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Tulsa to Host Two Major Volleyball Tournaments in July

The SMG-managed Cox Business Center hosts 21 event days in the month of July including two international volleyball tournaments and OK’s largest gaming event. For a complete list of Cox Business Center events, visit www.coxcentertulsa.com or follow the venue’s social media on Facebook atfacebook.com/coxcentertulsa or on Twitter at twitter.com/coxcentertulsa.

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Center of the Universe Festival Announces 87 More Acts

Organizers for Center of the Universe Festival announce 85 artists for the nine Club Venues. The Center of the Universe Festival takes place in Tulsa’s Brady Arts District Friday July 25 and Saturday July 26, 2014.

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Fourth Annual Chalkfest Scheduled for September 13th

The streets of Tulsa’s Deco District will come alive during the Fourth Annual Chalkfest on Saturday, September 13, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., produced by the Tulsa Deco District Association (TDDA). This family-friendly, fun and colorful event is a great way to continue to show Tulsa that downtown is alive and thriving.

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Oktoberfest Gains Sponsor

BEER AND BRAUTS: On May 29, city, county and River Parks Authority officials and Linde Process Plants (LPP) executives came together to announce that the annual Oktoberfest will now be called Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa, in recognition of a new five-year title sponsorship agreement with LPP. The commitment gives the event stronger resources to provide entertainment and quality of life for Tulsa-area residents while benefiting River Parks.

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TU Uncorked Fundraiser

SCHOLARSHIP EFFORTS: From left, wine pull committee members Jayme Turner, Romie Henry, and Tami Barrett, far right, pose at the 2014 TU Uncorked event with event chair Kevin Lawlor. Uncorked was held June 6 at Cain’s Ballroom.

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Tulsa PAC Provides Entertainment, Generates Revenue

Show Buzz By NANCY HERMANN

You might have been following all the news about cuts to the City of Tulsa budget. The Performing Arts Center, which operates lean to begin with, faced a potential loss of six positions. While it appears that the immediate crisis has passed, arts funding will always be on the chopping block during tough times. Watch for news about ways Tulsans are going to proactively devise arts funding that doesn’t rely on sales tax.

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Center of the Universe Creates Community

By EMILY RAMSEY

As the Center of the Universe festival prepares to return for its second year July 25-26, with it comes many new additions, from new ticketing technology to increased bands and venues.

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Sarah Jarosz's Bluegrass Style to Blend with Sounds of Amici New York at OK Mozart

Sarah Jarosz, this year’s cross-over artist for the annual OK Mozart Festival in Bartlesville, June 7-14, is an American musician and singer-songwriter born in Austin and raised in Wimberley, Texas. In spite of her Texas upbringing, she says she’s Polish–at least her last name is Polish.

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Tulsa Zoo Master Plan to Bring New Exhibits

By EMILY RAMSEY

Tulsans can expect to see substantial changes in the not-so-distant future at the Tulsa Zoo.

In 2011, Tulsa Zoo Management Inc. (TZMI) entered into an official public/private partnership with the city of Tulsa. Shortly thereafter, TZMI board members and staff set out to create a 20-year master plan, identifying the zoo’s areas of strengths and weaknesses and outlining new projects to create what Tulsa Zoo CEO Terrie Correll terms “a premier zoo.”

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Gilcrease Offers Summer Art Camps

Gilcrease Museum and the Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education are pleased to offer an exciting variety of summer camp programs for students ages 5 – 12 this summer! Each week-long camp features art discussion, along with exploration and hands-on art projects. Participants may choose half- or full-day programs, and extended hours will be available until 5:00 p.m. for an additional charge. Camp sessions for children age 5 – 6 will take place at Gilcrease Museum and sessions for children age 7 – 12 will take place at the Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education.

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SummerStage, Seinfeld and Wicked on Tap at the PAC

By NANCY HERMANN

Escape this summer to downtown Tulsa, where the commonplace and customary will be what’s unusual. SummerStage at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center is branching out to include a number of cool shows at several venues. Affordable, somewhat quirky, quality entertainment, under the SummerStage umbrella, is slated for the Woody Guthrie Center, Living Arts of Tulsa, Fly Loft and The Comedy Parlor, in addition to what will be staged in the PAC’s three Second Street theaters. This grouping of events is called Tulsa Fringe, and was inspired by the seminal Fringe festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Hop Jam, StreetCred in Review, Summer to Bring More Events

By EMILY RAMSEY

On May 18, as Mayfest and the Blue Dome Arts Festival were ending, the 1st annual Hop Jam was just beginning. The music and beer festival, created by pop-rock band Hanson, took place in the Brady Arts District with 14 Oklahoma craft breweries serving samples of their homegrown beers. The stage, set up at Archer and Main Street, played host to bands Capitol Cars, Taddy Porter, Butch Walker, and Robert Randolph and the Family Band before a final performance by Hanson.

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Renaissance Festival Returns for 19th Year

The Castle of Muskogee offers a wonderful experience at the 19th annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival. Attendees can expect to be transported to the 16th century as Castleton Village comes alive with more than 600 costumed stage and street performers, merchants, and artisans. The event will include daytime events, including the Queen’s Tea, the Royal Luncheon, and the King’s Smoker and after-hours entertainment at the Masqued Ball, the Pirate’s Feaste, and the Ceilidh.

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