Bob Dylan Archive Now Open

The Bob Dylan Archive has officially opened its doors in Tulsa’s Brady Arts District to qualified entities and individuals who wish to access the archive’s wealth of elements spanning nearly 60 years of Dylan’s extraordinary life and career. The announcement was made by by Ken Levit, executive director of the George Kaiser Family Foundation (), and Dr. Gerard Clancy, president of The University of Tulsa (TU). Concurrently, has issued a request for qualifications from agencies interested in submitting proposals for The Bob Dylan Center, which will be dedicated to the study and appreciation of Dylan and located in Tulsa’s vibrant downtown Brady Arts District. 

For further information regarding access to The Bob Dylan Archive, visit

The Bob Dylan Center will be the primary public venue for The Bob Dylan Archive, curating and exhibiting a priceless collection of more than 6,000 items spanning nearly 60 years of Dylan’s singular career.

The archive was acquired in 2016 by the George Kaiser Family Foundation () and The University of Tulsa (TU) and is housed in Tulsa under the stewardship of TU’s Helmerich Center for American Research.

Updated 04-24-2017

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