showcasing fine, handmade contemporary craft in a wide range of media including glass, paper, ceramics, fiber, metals, mixed media and wood.
American Theatre Company
In the summer of 1970, Kitty Roberts and a group of former University of Tulsa students founded American Theatre Company as a professionally-oriented theatrical company. ATC’s popularity grew through many incredible shows, including its annual production of A Christmas Carol. In recent years ATC has been honored with six TATE Awards.
The mission of Choregus Productions, a not-for-profit corporation, is to present outstanding performing arts that otherwise would not appear on Tulsa stages and to engage the community with visiting artists. … Education and outreach are integral to what we do.
Tulsa’s oldest-standing movie theatre that originally opened in 1928. We educate, enlighten and entertain our guests 365 days a year through selected features and programs that expose and connect our community to global issues, environments and cultures.
Clark Youth Theatre
Tulsa’s longest running youth arts program outside the public schools. Offering a full season of main stage productions, improv, enjoy, and understand the diverse heritage of the Americas.
Providing students in our community a one-of-a-kind Broadway quality experience while providing first class family entertainment at an affordable price. Their mission has expanded and are proud to offer local artists the opportunity to work alongside nationally recognized performers.
Tulsa Children’s Museum
Discovery Lab is an educational resource for Tulsa providing outreach museum classes to area schools and organizations and as a field trip destination to over 15,000 students each year. Exhibits and programming encourage the development of executive function and process skills, including critical thinking and problem solving, communication and collaboration, and creativity and innovation.
Fab Lab Tulsa provides community access to advanced manufacturing and digital fabrication tools for learning skills, developing inventions, creating businesses and producing personalized products.
Gilcrease Museum, through its collections, is dedicated to bringing art, history, and people together to research, discover, enjoy, and understand the diverse heritage of the Americas.
Greenwood Cultural Center
Preserving African-American heritage and promote positive images of the African-American community
Harmony Project Tulsa
Harmony Project Tulsa (HPT) is a multi-year, music-based, after-school mentoring program that gives daily academic tutoring, string instrument instruction, and music lessons to students in at-risk communities. We follow students from pre-k through high school graduation.
Our mission is to provide support and tools for band management, promotion, booking, merchandising, and distribution in order to help local and regional musicians fulfill their artistic goals and further promote local and regional music on a broader scale. …
Solid Foundation Preparatory Arts Academy
Latimer-Cooksey Arts and Cultural Foundation (LCAC) was developed to provide opportunities in the areas of education, charitable, and cultural/fine arts events to disadvantaged children and youth. LCAC is dedicated to the City of Tulsa, particularly the North Tulsa community.
Living Arts was organized for the development and presentation of contemporary art. We encourage the public to attend and participate in creative workshops, performances, exhibitions, films, demonstrations of current art, lectures, related educational activities and research.
Northeastern Oklahoma Wood Turners Association
The Association’s purpose is to foster a wider understanding and appreciation for woodturning as a craft and as an art form. The Association intends to offer such services as a website, introductory classes, youth education, video programs, library, seminars, clinics, shows and exhibits.
Oklahoma Performing Arts
Oklahoma Performing Arts, Inc. has programs in dance, voice, acting, and music-making for a well-rounded, well-trained artist. Our internationally trained and experienced faculty members are either accredited and/or professionals in their industry.
Philbrook Museum of Art
Serving over 160,000 visitors annually, Philbrook has become a poignant testimony to Tulsa’s past while building a shining example of this city’s bright future. The vision first made possible by Waite and Genevieve Phillips is now one of America’s finest art museums.
The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art
The mission of the SMMJA is to preserve and share the legacy of Jewish art, history and culture. Through exhibitions and educational programs focusing on Jewish culture, history, religion, and art, the Museum hopes people will come to understand and identify with the Jewish experience.
South Tulsa Children’s Ballet
Our mission is to provide a pre-professional performance opportunity and encourage children to continue their dance education.
Artistic Goals: To continue to develop and cultivate new talent in the Tulsa community. To continue to maintain and stabilize an African-American performing arts community. To provide a nurturing environment for African-American theatre artists. To continue to work with underserved youth.
Founded in 1922, Theatre Tulsa is the longest-lasting local theatre west of the Mississippi River, and the seventh oldest in the United States. For 94 seasons and counting, Theatre Tulsa has been a vital part of Green Country’s culture – entertaining, educating, and inspiring Tulsans of all ages through the power of theatre.
Tulsa Artists’ Coalition
The Tulsa Artists’ Coalition (TAC) is a volunteer-run organization of artists and art supporters, formed to encourage and support emerging and established contemporary artists, and to foster the development of new forms and multidisciplinary work in Tulsa and surrounding communities.
Under the leadership of Artistic Director Marcello Angelini, Tulsa Ballet has reached new heights on the stage, while bringing unprecedented recognition to Tulsa and the State of Oklahoma by developing an artistic reputation marked by innovative works with international impact.
As one of the premier fine arts organizations in Tulsa, TOC seeks to raise the perception of choral music in the community. TOC believes choral music deserves equal appreciation alongside symphonic and operatic arts.
Tulsa Girls Art School
At Tulsa Girls Art School (TGAS), our goal is to provide specialized art training to talented and motivated elementary school-aged girls living in the inner city of Tulsa. TGAS is different from other local charitable organizations providing professional level art instruction by local art teachers and artists.
Tulsa Glassblowing School
Tulsa Glassblowing School was founded in 2007 and provides an open access hotshot and kiln studio offering unique experiences for anyone interested in the beauty of glass art. From the novice to the skilled glass artist, TGS provides an outlet for creativity, teamwork and self-expression.
Tulsa Historical Society & Museum
The Tulsa Historical Society is the only museum in Tulsa focused on building, preserving, and presenting a broad based general collection of Tulsa’s history.
Tulsa Little Jam
Tulsa Little Jam is a weekly video & podcast series pairing a wonderful intimate venue with the most talented musicians, singers, and songwriters. Jam is small and very rich. A little goes a long way. Our mission is to create little experiences over and over again, leaving lasting impressions. It’s a whole lot of flavor in a little bottle.
Tulsa Modern Quilt Guild
Tulsa Modern Quilt Guild, TulsaMQG, was formed on a whim in February of 2010. There were four people at our first meeting at Shades of Brown coffee house. We now have more than 90 members in our online community and guild, with around 40-50 people attending each monthly meeting. In addition to our meetings, the guild’s activities include quarterly sew-days, an annual retreat, challenges, bees, swaps, and various workshops and social activities.
Tulsa Opera is the 14th oldest opera company in North America, and one of America’s Top 10 favorite regional opera companies according to Opera News magazine. However, the story of opera and the foundations of Tulsa Opera begin with the city’s earliest settlers.
Tulsa Project Theatre
Since producing its first performance of The Rocky Horror Show at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in 2010, Tulsa Project Theatre has become the city’s only Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers, affiliate.
The mission is to collaborate and resonate throughout our community as the professional orchestra that educates, entertains, inspires, and distinguishes our community through musical excellence, innovation and service.
Tulsa Youth Symphony
For more than a half century, the Tulsa Youth Symphony has been bringing together the best of the best talent from across Northeastern Oklahoma. Nurtured and trained by conductors of national caliber, these students learn to collaborate and produce music that will absolutely astound you.
Vocal Pride Foundation
Council Oak Men’s Chorale
The vision of the Vocal Pride Foundation is to foster communication, enhance cooperation and build bridges through performing arts in Tulsa and surrounding communities by supporting gay, lesbian and affirming arts organizations that further their creative and artistic endeavors in the community.
WaterWorks Art Center
WaterWorks Art Center’s mission is to provide a nurturing environment where skilled and aspiring artists alike can explore and develop their personal interests. We believe in Art for Everyone!
Zephyrus Arts Institute
Oklahoma’s Only Competitive Drum Corps and SoundSport Team and home to South City Winds.