Serving an average of 150,000 visitors annually, Philbrook has become a poignant testimony to Tulsa's past while building a shining example of this city's bright future. Through the generosity of Trustees, Donors, and the George Kaiser Family Foundation, Philbrook opened a new satellite facility in Tulsa's Brady Arts District on June 14, 2013. Philbrook Downtown features the Museum's growing collection of Modern and contemporary art as well as highlights from the Native American collection, and includes the Eugene B. Adkins Collection and Study Center.
Schedule:November 21,Â 20147:00-9:00pm - Treeview PartySee it first. Shop it first. Kick off the holiday season with one of the best parties of the year. Enjoy festive dÃ©cor, food, spirits, and live music from acclaimed swing band, The Zuits.Admiss…Read More »
The Cartoons of Thomas Nast The impact of Nastâ€™s work continues with images still used today, including the Democratic donkey, the Republican elephant, Santa Claus, Uncle Sam and Columbia. This Philbrook original exhibition draws primarily fr…Read More »