The Zarrow Center is a dynamic arts anchor serving The University of Tulsa's School of Art, Division of Lifelong Learning and Gilcrease Museum. The three-story Zarrow Center spans 18,000 square feet and has been renovated to include classrooms, art studios, gallery space and a reception area for events.
The Zarrow Center is part of the renovation project of the former Tulsa Paper Company building, made possible by the George Kaiser Family Foundation. TU's Zarrow Center is the first of several arts groups that will occupy the renovated warehouse. Others set to open in 2013 include: Philbrook Downtown, 108 Contemporary and the Woody Guthrie Archives.