Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags


Get a little weirder

In its second year, Habit Mural Festival will cover the Gateway Building in new art

Systematic Murder

David Grann does the Osage murders justice in ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

Repeating history

'A United Kingdom' is a beautiful, well-acted film about love and race

‘What I am is a reporter’

An interview with the Tulsa World’s Jim Watts

Dancing on film

The Oklahoma Dance Film Festival returns

Memory and imagination

A time-bending performance from Bridgman|Packer Dance leads the 2017 New Genre Arts Festival

In the flesh

Confrontational ‘Chunkism’ show provokes a range of opinions

CONTEST: And the Oscar Pool Goes to...

Outguess film critic Joe O'Shansky, win cool stuff

Paving a new Yellow Brick Road

Tulsa Ballet’s ‘Dorothy and the Prince of Oz’ premieres this month


Dillon Rose owners handcraft jewelry from their home studio

The limits of piety

In 'Silence,' Scorsese once again wrestles with faith

Capturing home

Photographers capture Tulsa’s identity in new exhibition

Captive audience

From international opera to homegrown musicals and everything in between, the Tulsa spring arts scene is ready to take the stage. Your seat is waiting.

Save the drama

After a rocky year, Tulsa Project Theatre returns to punk roots

Final cut

TTV critics Joe O'Shansky and Jeff Huston pick their favorite films of 2016, plus the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle's annual awards

Art that pays the bills

Movers and shakers in the performing arts count 2016’s blessings, offer wishes for 2017

All dressed up

Philbrook’s Native Fashion Now exhibition is exuberant, expressive


Work by the 2016 Tulsa Artist Fellows is featured at 108 Contemporary

Political theater

Tulsa Modern Movement asks questions to find common ground

Curating for a people

Renovating the Osage Nation Museum
Edit ModuleShow Tags


Edit ModuleShow Tags