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Jewelry

Gilcrease Store Valentine’s Day Sale

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the Gilcrease Store will offer 25% off jewelry from Wednesday, Feb. 10 to Sunday, Feb. 14. No additional discounts can be used with this sale. Make plans to visit the museum to shop the sale, or shop online using code ‘LOVE25’ beginning Feb. 10.

Lewis and Clark with Sacajawea at the Great Falls of the Missouri 1804 / Olaf Carl Seltzer

Gilcrease Museum Artwork to be featured in 2021 Presidential Inauguration

Gilcrease Museum today announced that a piece from their collection has been selected for use in the 59th Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies platform program. The piece, Lewis and Clark with Sacajawea at the Great Falls of the Missouri 1804 by Olaf Seltzer, will be on display at Gilcrease beginning Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021 in the Americans

Bronze

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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Putting History into Perspective

Ostracized to the margins of history, minority voices have often been muted. Drowned out by the victors’ version of events, the nuances presented by varied perspectives is missing from history books. But Helmerich Center for American Research’s inaugural Duane H. King Postdoctoral Fellow, Travis Jeffres, is working to provide a megaphone to indigenous people who

Teachers with students

Gilcrease Museum announces free admission for Oklahoma teachers

Gilcrease Museum is pleased to announce free admission for Oklahoma teachers (and one guest) beginning October 5, 2019. The museum is honored to work with teachers across the state on a daily basis to foster a love of arts and culture in students and is committed to supporting teachers inside and outside the classroom. “Providing

Helmerich Center for American Research Fellows

Helmerich Center for American Research Expands Opportunities

New work taking place at The University of Tulsa’s Helmerich Center for American Research (HCAR) at Gilcrease Museum is laying the foundation for expanding scholarship in the humanities. Academics are invited to participate in research fellowships, travel grants and post-doctoral fellowships. Natalie Panther, Assistant Director of the Center from 2017-2019, said these recent additions present

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Gilcrease Museum receives $890,000 Henry Luce Foundation grant to study Moran and Native American art

Gilcrease Museum has been named a recipient of a three-year grant from the Henry Luce Foundation totaling $890,000. This award from the foundation’s American Art Program will result in focused research, conservation treatments and digital curation of two large Gilcrease collections ultimately providing enhanced knowledge and access to more than 3,800 objects. Specifically, the grant

Mazen Abufadil

Artist Profile: Mazen Abufadil

Mazen Abufadil and his family left West Beruit, Lebanon in 1978 due to the civil war. Fast forward and his work is now on display in Americans All! alongside art icons including the likes of Thomas Moran and Albert Bierstadt. A self-proclaimed American dream come true, learn how one local immigrant, and his family, have

Black Cowboys Take Over Gilcrease Museum

Black Cowboys Take Over Gilcrease Museum

The Black Wall Street Times Casey McLerran The Gilcrease Museum, located at 1400 N Gilcrease Museum Rd, is hosting an exhibition of The Chisholm Kid: Lone Fighter for Justice for All curated by the Museum of UnCut Funk. This exhibition includes comic strips from the museum’s archives, the estate of the publisher, and the University

Gilcrease Museum Looking for Architects to Tackle $75M Renovation and Expansion

Gilcrease Museum Looking for Architects to Tackle $75M Renovation and Expansion

KWGS Matt Trotter The search is on for the firm that will handle renovating and expanding Gilcrease Museum. Voters approved $65 million for the project through the Vision Tulsa sales tax renewal, and a $10 million dollar private donation to museum operator the University of Tulsa has pushed the total budget to $75 million. Gilcrease