The Art Directors Club of Tulsa and The Tulsa Advertising Federation have teamed up for the fourth year running to raise money for student scholarships. Visual Aid is a silent art auction held at Tulsaâ€™s historic Harwelden Mansion. Last year, we raised $2,935.00 for each organizationâ€™s scholarship fund. We need YOU in order to make this year an even greater success.
Please consider making a donation. Artists and local professionals have donated everything from paintings and photography to theater tickets and gift certificates in past years. Please send completed forms to email@example.com or fax to 918.295.1002. Donations are due by February 23, 2007.
When: Thursday, March 1, 2007
Time: 5pm – 9pm
Where: Harwelden Mansion, 2210 S. Main (google map)
Admission: $10, Students: $5
Entry is free if you donate an auction item.
Live music and light food. Cash bar. One free drink ticket at entry.
Deadline: January 11, 2007
Sustainable Tulsa actively seeks to create sustainable awareness through the promotion of local resources in itsâ€™ annual publication Tulsa Area Green Directory.
Sustainable Tulsa is seeking one piece of artwork to adorn this years cover of our publication. Entries should embrace the â€œGreenâ€ ethos espoused in our Mission Statement while uniquely representing our local culture.
Artist’s Statement: Each entry must be accompanied by an Artistâ€™s Statement explaining the Artistâ€™s inspiration for creating the piece and how it relates to Sustainable Tulsaâ€™s mission.
For detailed information, please visit: http://www.bluejackalope.com/Â
November 5, 2006 â€“ April 15, 2007
The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art’s Official Centennial Exhibit
An exhibition documenting the Jewish presence in Oklahoma from pre-statehood to present day featuring photographs, objects and artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collection as well as items and information from The Livingston Oklahoma Jewish Archive, The Jewish Genealogical Society of Tulsa , and other sources from around the state as well as from around the United States and the world.Â This vivid display focuses on Jewish communities in Europe from which the ancestors of the Jews in modern day Oklahoma immigrated, the various instances that brought Jewish people to Oklahoma as opposed to larger cities and states, the communication between the Old World and the New, and the lives the Jews made for themselves in the past one hundred years in the Sooner State .
Museum Hours: Weekdays 10am-5pm , Sundays 1-5pm Docent-led tours for groups of 10+Â Free to members, teachers, uniformed services free. Included with Museum admission: Adults $5.50 Senior Adults $4.50 Students $3
2021 East 71 st Street South 918.492.1818Â www.jewishmuseum.net