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Gilcrease Store Bronze Sale

In celebration of Thanksgiving, the Gilcrease Store will offer 30% off in-stock bronzes from Wednesday, November 25 – Sunday, November 29. No additional discounts can be used with this sale. Make plans to visit the museum to shop the sale, or shop online using code Bronze30.  

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Gilcrease Museum Offers Free Admission for Food Drive

Throughout the month of November, Gilcrease Museum is taking donations for the the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Bring five of the below items to the museum during the month of November for one free adult admission: – Peanut Butter – Canned Fruit – Canned Vegetables – Packaged Meals – Whole Grain Cereal Reserve

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Gilcrease Museum to Receive Eddie Faye Gates Tulsa Race Massacre Collection

The Black Wall Street Times TULSA, Okla. – The Gilcrease Museum announced yesterday it has received the Eddie Faye Gates Tulsa Race Massacre Collection, which contains a wealth of eyewitness accounts, photographs, and recorded survivor stories and other narratives of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. The collection is a gift of Tulsan Eddie Faye Gates

They Were Called Kings

“Weaving History into Art: The Enduring Legacy of Shan Goshorn” at Gilcrease Museum

StuidoTulsa Rich Fisher We are pleased to welcome Mark Dolph back to StudioTulsa. He’s Curator of History at Gilcrease Museum here in Tulsa. He tells us about an exciting new exhibition at that museum presenting the work of Shan Goshorn, the late Tulsa-area artist. As noted at the Gilcrease website, “Goshorn was internationally recognized for

Photograph from the Eddie Faye Gates Tulsa Race Massacre Collection

Gilcrease Museum to Receive Eddie Faye Gates Tulsa Race Massacre Collection

Gilcrease Museum announced today it has received the Eddie Faye Gates Tulsa Race Massacre Collection, which contains a wealth of eye-witness accounts, photographs, recorded survivor stories and other narratives of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. The collection is a gift of Tulsan Eddie Faye Gates and reflects the life, legacy and work of the leading

They Were Called Kings

‘Weaving History into Art’ honors late Native artist Shan Goshorn

TulsaPeople Tim Landes In the final decade of her life, Shan Goshorn combined her photography talents with her self-taught weaving skills to create stunning Native art. Gilcrease Museum is honoring her legacy with the powerful new show “Weaving History into Art: The Enduring Legacy of Shan Goshorn,” a Gilcrease Museum-curated exhibition that is now open

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Gilcrease Museum To Promote Upcoming In-Person Exhibition After Successful Reopening So Far

StudioTulsa Chris Polansky Gilcrease Museum leadership said Tuesday that the museum’s reopening during the pandemic has gone smoothly, safely, and successfully, and that they will begin advertising an in-person exhibition scheduled to open in October. “I feel good about our reopening,” said Susan Neal, the museum’s executive director, during a virtual meeting of Gilcrease’s board

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Gilcrease Store Reopening Sale

In celebration of Gilcrease Museum reopening, the Gilcrease Store will offer 25% off jewelry and bronzes from July 22 to August 5. No additional discounts can be used with this sale. Make plans to visit the museum to shop the sale, or shop online using code ‘welcomeback’ beginning July 22.

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Gilcrease Museum announces public re-opening date

Tulsa World Jimmie Tramel Gilcrease Museum is preparing to reopen its doors. A news release said the museum will open on a modified basis to members only beginning July 22. The museum will open to the public July 29. The museum closed to the public March 17 in accordance with the city of Tulsa’s Safer

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The Gilcrease Commitment

Today, we grieve as George Floyd is laid to rest in Houston, two weeks after his murder. In the time following his death, we commemorated the 99th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, which makes even more pronounced the pain we feel watching the senseless killings of Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and so many