Archives for: November 2011

Nov 16th
2011
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Dr. Alice Brook and Betty Moses, piano duettists extraordinaire, present an all new program that challenges their fantastic fingers in exciting musical pyrotechnics. The amazingly smooth voice of Edward Dumit provides the narrative.

Program:

Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from “Solomon”     -Handel
Morning Has Broken     -Gaelic melody/setting by Joel Raney
The Can-Can from “Orpheus in the Underworld”     -Offenbach/arr. Christopherson
Reverie     -Claude Debussy/Christopherson
Hopak from “The Fair at Sorochinksk”      -Mussorgski/Christopherson
The Syncopated Clock      -Leroy Anderson/arr. Michael Edwards
Fiddle – Faddle     – Leroy Anderson
Gitanerias from the Spanish Suite “Andalucia”     -Ernesto Lecuona/Felix Gienther
”Silent  Woods,” OP. 68, NO. 5     -Antonin Dvorak
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel     -VENI EMMANUEL  Setting by Joel Raney
Theme from the Apartment     -Charles Williams/arr. by Ferrante/Teicher
Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing      -NETTLETON/setting by Joel Raney
Hark,  the Herald Angels Sing      -Felix Mendelssohn/setting by Joel Raney

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Nov 15th
2011
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To help celebrate the opening of the new Dream Exhibit, the Tulsa Children’s  Museum will be at THS Wednesday, Nov. 16th thru Saturday, November 19th with special activities designed for children. A TCM Playologist will be here from 2:00-4:00 pm each day with something new to do. Don’t miss out on this special opportunity to dream.

Daily Activities:

Wednesday, November 16th – One City, One Book Come, listen, and explore the book Dream: A Tale of Wonder, Wisdom, and Wishes as part of the “Dream Exhibit.” Tulsa Children’s Museum’s playologist will read the book to the group, lead a discussion, and lead parents and children through an art activity that will help “grow” their dreams.

Thursday, November 17th – How to Draw a Face
Everyone has a distinct face that helps to tell their story. Come learn how to draw a face and practice drawing your own face and or a friend’s face!

Friday, November 18th – Past, Present, and Future
How is the past different from today? How will tomorrow be different as well? Explore the past and present by learning how to read a photograph from the Tulsa Historical Societies photo collection. Then draw a representation of how you think the future will be different!

Saturday, November 19th – Origami Dream Stars
Origami stars have a long tradition in Asian cultures. They bring good luck when you make them and when you give them away. Making them is fun – and addictive! They’re also an opportunity to become aware of, focus on, and share your hopes and dreams. This workshop is good for all ages! We will have simple and simplest stars to make for our youngest members.

For more information on the Dream Exhibit please click here.

Click here for more information on the Tulsa Children’s Museum.

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Nov 10th
2011
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The Dream Exhibit is part of an Across Generations One City, One Book program developed to start an intergenerational dialogue and invite ideas from Tulsans of all ages. Families, schools, and seniors groups are encouraged to read Bosak’s award-winning book Dream. The book is illustrated by 15 top artists from around the world and is a multilayered story for children and adults about hopes and dreams across a lifetime – from the time you’re a baby to the time you’re an older adult.

The Dream Exhibit features all the original artwork created for Dream – watercolor, oil, digital, 3-D modeling clay, and more. There’s also the magical, handcrafted Dream Chest inspired by the chest in the book. Computer interactives and concept drafts reveal the secrets behind the creative process.

For more information on the Dream Exhibit click here.

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Nov 10th
2011
Tags: Posted in Atlas Life, Gift Shop, Past Events

Leadership Tulsa is proud to add the Expo Square and the Tulsa Driller to the Tulsa Ornament collection.   The collectible 2011 limited edition ornament is produced by The Charleston Mint and comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity.   It features a 3D image of the Expo Square and the Tulsa Driller in fine mirror brass with a 24K gold finish and hand baked enamel details.  Get yours before they’re gone!

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