Tulsa’s Art Deco & Public Art (Virtual Exhibit)

Virtual Exhibit: Tulsa’s Art Deco & Public Art

Ongoing

This virtual exhibit contains digitized images of artifacts, photographs, and documents while providing in-depth information and locations for Tulsa’s buildings and Public Art.  Immerse yourself and explore the architecture and art, materials used, styles, motifs and locations.  Learn about the artisans and architects, works they’ve created, their influences, associated styles, movements, places lived and the schools they attended.

Users can discover Tulsa’s murals, bronze sculptures, paintings and much more. In addition to virtually exploring the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum’s collection, the app includes a map feature showing not only locations of Art Deco buildings, but also Public Art installations.

View and be inspired by Tulsa’s architectural assets and art, which have helped shape the city’s cultural identity.

This virtual exhibit is also available for purchase ($9.99) in the Apple App Store for use on an iPad. Search for “Tulsa Art Deco” in your iPad’s App Store.

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