Summer Camp at Gilcrease Museum is an adventure in creativity and fun as students explore different forms of art, history, leadership and more. It is a time for learning, making new friends and discovering the artist in us all. Each week of camp offers a new, exciting theme designed for a specific age group.
Free public tours of the Gilcrease Gardens are given Saturdays in spring and fall (April, May, June, September and October). The tour typically lasts 45 minutes to 1 hour and visitors are free to come and go. Tours are led by Garden Docents who receive educational training as they volunteer at Gilcrease.
May 31: Gilcrease Museum and the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation present an evening dedicated to civic unity, celebrating the resilience of Greenwood and remembrance. Participate in a community art project, enjoy music and listen to poetry readings.
Gilcrease Museum and the City of Tulsa revealed the museum’s interpretive plan and issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) for the $75 million renovation and expansion project. Learn more about the largest makeover in the museum’s 70-year history.