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If you are well acquainted with Oklahoma, you may already know that all roads truly seem to lead to Tulsa. Centrally located in the state’s “Green Country”, Tulsa is considered the epicenter of arts and culture in Oklahoma, the birthplace of the mother road (Route 66), the end of the infamous “Trail of Tears”, and the metaphorical buckle of the Bible Belt. Given this vast expanse of historical identities, it’s no wonder that present day Tulsa serves as a dynamic blend of past and present, where the people and streets are as vibrant as the rolling green hills that surround this Heartland metropolis. For students considering a study of the arts in Tulsa, the city provides endless opportunities. From the art deco architecture that abounds throughout the city, to the professional opera and ballet companies, the two internationally recognized museums, and the countless art organizations and galleries, Tulsa is a veritable playground for the Okie artist or art lover. Even the city’s splendid River Parks line their trails with various works of art, providing further evidence of the value Tulsans place on the arts. Areas of note include the two indirectly aforementioned museums, The Philbrook Museum of Art and the Gilcrease Museum, as well as the Tulsa Air and Space Museum, the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the Greenwood Cultural Center, and the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. In addition to the museums, the city’s Brady Village Arts District is home to numerous galleries and art spaces, which includes the Tulsa Artist Coalition Alternative Gallery (owned and operated by local artists) and the Tulsa Gathering Place. Other galleries of note include the Art Market, the M.A. Doran Gallery, Chelsea Gallery Ltd., ArtSource, and Art Gallery. Students attending either the University of Tulsa or Oral Roberts University enjoy countless opportunities to enjoy all that the city has to offer, including internships, employment, and daily enjoyment.
|Faculty:||198 full-time and 86 part-time faculty members|
|Programs:||Graphic Design, Studio Art, Art Education|
|Degrees:||Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Art|
|Features:||Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Approximately 250 students engage in service activity for the community of Tulsa each week, and they volunteer for 30 different outreaches throughout the year|
|Noted Alumni:||Kathie Lee Gifford|
|Enrollment:||4,125 (2,882 undergraduate, 1,243 graduate and law)|
|Faculty:||306 (full time)|
|Programs:||Art History, Art Education, Studio Art (Ceramics, Graphic Design, Printmaking, Photography, Painting, Sculpture, General Studio Art)|
|Degrees:||Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Teaching Arts|
|Features:||Third Floor Design internship programs, Art Study Abroad, Alexandre Hogue Gallery, The School of Art sponsors an annual lecture series of high-profile visiting artists and art critics. The Art department offers several year-long graduate assistantships providing tuition waivers, a monthly stipend, and studio space.|
|Noted Alumni:||Gail Farrell, P.S. Gordon, S.E. Hinton, Daniel Lang, Bob Losure, Rue McClanahan, Dr. Phil McGraw, Mary Kay Place, Wade Williams, Nancy Lopez, Steve Largent, Lovie Smith|