“Deco Distinction: The Many Facets of the Tulsa Club”

DATES: begins Tuesday, November 1 (will be open a full year)

LOCATION: Tulsa Historical Society and Museum

This exhibit looks at the history of the Tulsa Club and how members utilized not only its amenities but also the status that came with membership. Designed by Bruce Goff, the Tulsa Club building is an elegant example of art deco architecture that housed the Tulsa Club for sixty-one years. As one of the most exclusive city clubs in Tulsa, the Tulsa Club catered to the affluent members of society and the business community while upholding mid century societal norms.

Goff on a Shelf

DATES: Thursday, December 1 – Sunday December 4

HOURS: M-Sa: 10am-9pm; Su: 10am-5pm.

LOCATION: Magic City Books

Local bookstore, Magic City Books, presents a collection of books featuring Goff’s writing, life and work. 

Tulsa Spotlight Children’s Theatre production of “The Enchanted Bookshop”

DATES: Saturday, December 3 – Sunday, December 4, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.

TICKETS: Visit Tulsa Spotlight Theatre website for times and to purchase tickets. 

LOCATION: Tulsa Spotlight Theatre

Remember what it was like to play pretend? The Spotlight Children Theatre’s program is all about helping kids grow and sparking imagination. Come celebrate the holidays by joining Tulsa’s youth in “The Enchanted Bookshop” where a likely story may look like any other used bookstore, but at night, it’s a place where magic happens and when characters inside the books come alive. 

Spotlight Theatre’s production of the “Drunkard”

DATES: Saturday December 3, Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

TICKETS: Tickets will be on sale at www.tulsaspotlighttheater.com

LOCATION: Tulsa Spotlight Theatre

Come see America’s longest-running play “The Drunkard” right here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “The Drunkard” is an old time melodrama where the audience can participate in the fun. You and your friends can sit at a private table while you throw tomatoes at the villain, cheer on the hero, and sing along to some songs. Enjoy some of the Tulsa area’s finest talent in the “Olio” preceding the play. 

Center for Queer Prairie Studies Group Exhibition

DATES:  Reschedule to February-April 2023

LOCATION: Tulsa Artist Fellowship x Flagship
TICKETS: FREE – See website for gallery hours

This parafiction group show highlights contributions to the queer past, creative present and radical future of the region’s LGBTQ2S+ citizenry, including a Goff-inspired installation by filmmaker, Britni Harris.

Bruce Goff & Adah Robinson Mural at ahha Tulsa

DATES: Mural complete by November 1
Reveal and Goff Fest Press Preview Event on November 10 from 6:30-7:00 p.m.

LOCATION: ahha Tulsa

Produced by local artists Zia and Trueson Daugherty, this public art display celebrates the contentious friendship and collaboration between Bruce Goff and Adah Robinson and their unique contributions to Tulsa’s cultural heritage. Guests at ahha Tulsa can contribute to this work of art with chalk and stencils provided by the museum.