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Funday Sunday with Santa »

December 21 at 12:00 pm to 04:00 pm

It's an afternoon of museum fun for the whole family. Visitors will enjoy different art making stations in the museum, each offering different materials and themes as well as teaching artists to help guide and inspire. An art hunt is available to explore in the galleries, with a prize at the end. Families will also enjoy our interactive spaces, the Kids Site and the Kravis Discovery Center, as well as the different galleries and gardens, and special featured activities. For families with children ages 3 - 15. Free!

Winter Break Art Classes @ Zarrow »

December 29 to December 31 - 09:00 am

Customize your own personal winter break art experience by choosing your favorite classes. New morning and afternoon classes are available each day for children ages 5-8 years old and 9-12 years old.

First Friday Art Crawl on Brady »

January 02 at 06:00 pm to 09:00 pm

Enjoy the Brady Arts District, and visit exciting new exhibitions each month.

Open Studio for Adult Artists @ Zarrow »

January 06 at 04:00 pm to 07:00 pm

Join local artists who are learning to paint, draw or sculpt in these free studio sessions.

ZACH: Teen Time @ Zarrow »

January 08 at 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Experience a new teen art program designed especially for the homeschooling community! For ages 13-16 years old.

ZACH: Zarrow Art Classes for Homeschool @ Zarrow (Thursday) »

January 08 at 01:30 pm to 03:00 pm

Discover the world of art at the Zarrow Center for Art & Education through this program, which is designed especially for the homeschooling community. Students will have an arts enrichment experience as they create their own works of art in this engaging approach to arts education taught by qualified art instructors.

Spring 2015 Graduate Student Orientation »

January 09 at 08:30 am to 12:00 pm

A forward-thinking private university, The University of Tulsa provides academically vigorous programs in the colleges of arts and sciences, business, law, and engineering and natural sciences.

From My Point of View - Ins and Outs of Bronze Casting: Why Should We Care? »

January 09 at 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

Ann Boulton, Gilcrease Museum Associate Conservator and curator of the exhibition "From Frontier to Foundry: The Making of Small Bronze Sculpture in the Gilcrease Collection," will make a case for the importance of the study – for both informing conservation treatments and increasing understanding of the artists' creative vision – of the methods and materials for making bronze sculpture. Free for members; free with museum admission for not-yet members.

Sunday Matinee Films - "Augustus Saint-Gaudens: Master of American Sculpture" »

January 11 at 01:30 pm to 02:30 pm

Tracing the life of Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907) from Dublin, Ireland to New York then Cornish, New Hampshire, this documentary weaves in studies of six of his major works of art, including Standing Lincoln in Chicago, Shaw Memorial in Boston, Sherman Monument in New York, Diana in Philadelphia, and the Adams Memorial in Washington, D.C. Free for members; free with museum admission for not-yet members. Two Showings: 1:30 & 2:45 p.m.

Sunday Matinee Films - "Augustus Saint-Gaudens: Master of American Sculpture" II »

January 11 at 02:45 pm to 03:45 pm

Tracing the life of Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907) from Dublin, Ireland to New York then Cornish, New Hampshire, this documentary weaves in studies of six of his major works of art, including Standing Lincoln in Chicago, Shaw Memorial in Boston, Sherman Monument in New York, Diana in Philadelphia, and the Adams Memorial in Washington, D.C. Free for members; free with museum admission for not-yet members. Two Showings: 1:30 & 2:45 p.m.