Greater Tulsa Reporter
Steps are being taken to bring to fruition an idea that began nearly 10 years ago to construct a creative arts center in downtown Broken Arrow.Read More
The tastes and sounds from across the globe come to Tulsa as Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College presents Overture, a gala featuring international cuisine with wine pairings.Read More
Tulsa Ballet will present a very special production for their 60th anniversary season that is sure to delight audiences of all ages. The company has commissioned an all-new, $1 million full-length ballet in collaboration with BalletMet of Columbus, Ohio. This exciting new ballet will feature choreography by the esteemed Edwaard Liang (artistic director for BalletMet, choreographer for Tulsa Ballet’s acclaimed Romeo and Juliet) as well all new music, sets, costumes, puppetry and digital projection. The world premiere of Dorothy and the Prince of Oz will take place in Tulsa.Read More
February looks to be a busy month at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, with Beethoven, puppets and even a trip to Oz filling the bill, all part of its 40th Anniversary Celebration.Read More
George Kaiser Family Foundation’s national artist fellowship program – the Tulsa Artist Fellowship (TAF) – is now accepting applications from local and national visual artists and writers for its third class, to begin Jan. 8, 2018. TAF will award up to 30 fellowships totaling more than $1 million in stipends, free housing and free workspace.Read More
The final phase of the Oklahoma Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Island, presented by The Oxley Foundation, is well underway, with the exhibit expected to open in March.
The 65,000-gallon tank will feature two 300-pound loggerhead sea turtles, reef sharks and tropical fish.
Special from the PAC
It’s a new year, and with it comes the excitement and spectacle of celebrating 40 years of entertainment at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Here’s what is coming in January:Read More
The holidays are a reflective time when we enact family tradition and assess the year past. The new year dawns, and we are ready to embrace whatever comes next. This year we greet a new president, and wish the best for all Americans and for our global neighbors as well. I hope you can find time to blend your hard work, study, or focused-elsewhere time with engaging entertainment and fun. There is more to do, see and explore in the Tulsa area than ever before.Read More
Oklahoma Historical Society officials have announced the organization will construct the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture (OKPOP) at 422 N. Main St. in Tulsa, across the street from the historic Cain’s Ballroom, home of Bob Wills. Tulsan David Sharp and Interak Corporation donated the quarter block of land for the OKPOP site, estimated to be valued at $1 million.Read More
The Rose District Ice Rink opened in downtown Broken Arrow’s Rose District Pavilion, 418 S. Main St., on Dec. 1. The rink will be open throughout the holiday season, including Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Days. The last day of operation will be Sunday, Jan. 8.Read More
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma President Ted Haynes and his wife, Shiela, have been selected as co-chairs; senior U.S. District Judge Terence Kern and his wife, Jeanette, have been named honorary co-chairs for “A Stately Affair in Tulsa,” the biennial black-tie gala fundraiser for Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences and OSU-Tulsa.Read More
For Tulsan Paula Wood, getting back to work means ditching her alarm clock and high heels.
After retiring from Tulsa Public Schools as the director of School and Community Relations last spring, it was hardly the time to slow down. In fact, it was actually her cue to focus once again on her design business, which she’s maintained all along, but now, she can devote more time to it. And today, it shows no signs of slowing down.Read More
On Friday, Dec. 2, 108 Contemporary in the Brady Arts District premiered Syncretic, an exhibit showcasing the works of the inaugural class of recipients of the Tulsa Artist Fellowship (TAF). Established in 2015 by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, TAF was created to retain and recruit artists from across the U.S. Fellows receive a stipend, housing and studio space to allow them to work on their craft. The initial group of 12 visual artists moved to Tulsa in 2016. This exhibit is a celebration of the fellowship’s first year.Read More
My favorite television shows are those on HGTV, Food Network, Create TV, PBS, ESPN and Tennis Channel. My most favorite, however, is Food Network with its galaxy of star chefs and cooking shows, including the extraordinary Ree Drummond, known by television viewers as the Pioneer Woman.Read More
Cue the bright lights, family gatherings and seasonal cheer as the holidays bring forth some of the best entertainment in the region at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.Read More