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  • The Allan Houser Centennial

    Continuing The Oklahoma-born artist earned a reputation as an innovator of not just American Indian art, but American art, too. Whether painting, drawing or sculpting...

  • Woody Guthrie Anniversary Weekend

    Friday, May 2-Sunday, May 4 The year has gone by faster than a hummingbird on Red Bull, and the Woody Guthrie Center is about to...

  • Give Our Regards to Barry

    Thursday, May 22, 8 p.m. It’s been a long kiss goodbye, yet it seems to have arrived too soon. Signature Symphony says farewell to its...

  • Don’t Touch His Hat

    Thursday, May 8, 8 p.m. A singer of the renown and repute of Lyle Lovett could stand on stage alone for an hour humming, and it...

  • The Transcendent Allan Houser

    Teenagers gather along Gilcrease Museum’s broad, hallowed halls, after viewing the exhibit Form and Line, but the chatter dissolves when entering the gallery. Eyes adjust...

  • The 1491s

    In April, the 1491s posted on their popular Facebook page that the American Indian comedy group would no longer make videos, and fans were quick...

  • How Sound Travels

    With so much outstanding music coming out, it would be a shame to not take in a few concerts, and summer is buzzing with the...

  • Au Revoir, Annie (Updated with Music Video)

    The Going Prayer – Annie Ellicott from The New Honey Shade on Vimeo. Saturday, April 19, 8 p.m. You’re going to miss Annie Ellicott for...

  • Tulsa Roots Music Bash

    Saturday, April 19, 2:30-9:30 p.m. Feel the rhythm Saturday, April 19, at the Guthrie Green for a day of eclectic roots music with global appeal....

  • Our People, Our Land, Our Images

    Continuing The work of photographers from people indigenous to North and South America, the Middle East and New Zealand is the focus of Fred Jones...