Please join us on April 25th from 10:00am to 2:00pm as we celebrate art, culture, and creativity on the campus of the University of Tulsa. We’ll throw open the doors to the Lorton Performance Center and offer a rotating program... MORE
“You don’t have a home until you leave it and then, when you have left it, you can never go back.” —James Baldwin Call for Applications The idea of a homeland evokes thoughts of pleasure and pain, belonging and exile,... MORE
Sean Latham, Director of the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, explains the June 16th literary holiday known as Bloomsday. The epic novel Ulysses by James Joyce has been banned, praised, criticized and idolized. Considered one of the greatest books ever... MORE
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” —Virginia Woolf Call for Applications Food is a foundational aspect of all human cultures. The manifold ways we grow, prepare, regulate, and share what we eat... MORE
This year, the annual TU Arts and Humanities Festival will run in conjunction with Preview TU! This means we can show off the amazing work being done on our campus to incoming freshmen and their families. Events run from 10... MORE
Have you ever sat down and dissected all of the ways that the University of Tulsa is considered a top university? From its engineering programs to its work in the humanities, the University of Tulsa has been placed amongst the... MORE
Join us for dramatic readings sure to scare up a crowd as we celebrate the final installment of our Final Fridays fall programming. Of course there will be scary-yummy complimentary treats as well as seasonal readings by talented faculty and... MORE
Co-sponsored by the OCH and Booksmart Tulsa, this event will be held October 14 at Living Arts Gallery, 307 E. M.B. Brady Street, Brady District, at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to everyone.
As classes begin Monday at TU, the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities will kick off our year-long focus on the topic of humor. But what exactly is humor? As this chart showing the word’s frequency suggests, it’s a relatively new idea.... MORE
The epic novel Ulysses by James Joyce has been banned, praised, criticized and idolized. Considered one of the greatest books ever written, it follows Leopold Bloom through Dublin on a single day: June 16, 1904. Around the world, people now mark... MORE
Join us for this free fiction workshop featuring talented authors and local writers exploring the art of creating and re-creating real cities in fiction.
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... MORE