Last spring the first TU Arts and Humanities Festival held at the Lorton Performance Center at the University of Tulsa. Visit our Facebook page to see more images from the event.
Throughout the year we’ll be looking at the art, history, music, and theater of the “war to end all wars.” The year 2014 marks the centennial of World War One and the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities will mark the occasion through a series of events designed to explore its history, art, and aftermath. Our programming will include lectures, exhibitions, films, an international conference, and musical as well as theatrical performances. Read more about the 2014-2015 Themes
The Center has selected its first class of nine Fellows who will be pursuing research on the history and future of privacy.
The Center’s inaugural class of Fellows began the research seminar on privacy and include: Hope Forsyth (Communications), Wayne Greene (Tulsa World), Aaron Higgins (Art), Bob Jackson (English), Ben Peters (Communication), Tamara Piety (Law), Karl Pollin (Languages), Preston Smith (HP), and Kathryn Webb-DStefano (English). Their seminar’s work will be featured in a number of forums and events this spring.
Tulsa celebrated its first-ever Bloomsday this year in The Brady Arts District with readings from James Joyce’s novel “Ulysses” and a pub crawl. Many thanks to George Kaiser Family Foundation and The University of Tulsa for helping make this event a success. Visit our Facebook page to see pictures from this fun event.