The Wes Anderson Experience

The life cinematic.

The work of auteur film director Wes Anderson, shown at the 2009 Los Angeles screening of his film "Fantastic Mr. Fox," is the subject of a presentation at Philbrook Museum of Art. s_bukley/shutterstock.com

The work of auteur film director Wes Anderson, shown at the 2009 Los Angeles screening of his film “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” is the subject of a presentation at Philbrook Museum of Art. s_bukley/shutterstock.com

Thursday, June 5, 6-8 p.m.

Which character will you dress as for Philbrook Museum of Art’s event The Wes Anderson Experience, Thursday, June 5? New York Magazine writer and critic Matt Zoller Seitz shares his examination of the career of film maker Wes Anderson at the museum, 2727 S. Rockford Ave., in Tulsa from 6-8 p.m. The author of The Wes Anderson Collection, will take participants on a studied tour of the often whimsical, idiosyncratic world of Anderson’s films – which include Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Moonrise Kingdom and, his latest, Grand Budapest Hotel (just released on disc). The night includes live music, drinks, books and a costume contest. Perfect your deadpan delivery. The event is free. Read more at www.philbrook.org.