August 02


How much economic activity do you think the Brady Arts District Generates for Tulsa?

Check Brady arts districtout everything going on in Tulsa’s Brady District tonight. How much economic activity do you think the Brady Arts District Generates for Tulsa? How much do you think it contributes to quality of life? Have you ever visited this popular Tulsa neighborhood?

Open 6-9 pm
108 Contemporary:
N.E. OK Woodturners Association Exhibit

Fiberworks 2013
Brady Artist Studio:
Pottery by
Mel Cornshucker, Donna Prigmore, Teresa Rechter, Connor Wingfield,
and Murf and Julie Box

Chrysalis Salon & Spa:
“The Ritual of Primacy”. Mixed media by Taylor Young
Gitwit Creative/Polypress Letterpress:
Elizabeth & Park, Millie Meeks Calligraphy

Jacob Gallery:
GRAND OPENING RECEPTION – paintings by Murv Jacob

Living Arts:
“OH, Tulsa! Bienniel” Exhibit Opening
Philbrook Downtown:
Free Admission on First Friday
Exhibitions: Adolf Gottlieb: Sculptor & Sirens of the Southwest
Modern and Contemporary Art and Native American Collection

Tulsa Artists Coalition:
“Heavy Metal”:
Abstract Iron Sculptures by Ron Key
Abstract Paintings w/ Metallics by Melissa Key

Woody Guthrie Center:
Free Admission on First Friday
The Woody Guthrie Center features state of the art exhibits, concert series, and education programs designed to bring Woody Guthrie’s legacy to Tulsans.
Henry Zarrow Center for Art & Education:
“America in Ink 2” Exhibit & Live screen printing Art
Performance Arts Venues

DJ Moody – 10 pm
Randy Rogers Band – 7 pm

Caz’s Chowhouse:
Music by Josh Caudle – 7 pm
Club Majestic:
DJ Scandal, Hoe You Think You Can Dance!
Hosted by Shanel Sterling – 9 pm
Downtown Lounge:
Music by Cosmosis – 9 pm
Guthrie Green:
“Jazz Under the Stars” – Starlight Jazz
Orchestra – 8 pm

Music: “Shake Shake” – 10 pm “Piper Liegh & The
Smoking Section” – 11:15 pm

Hey Mambo:
7 Blue Jazz – 7 pm

Paseo Street Walkers – 10 pm

The Hunt Club:
David Castro Band – 10 pm

The Vanguard:
ColourMusic and Kids & Chemicals – 9 pm

The Dirty Creek Bandits & Hey Judy – 10 pm


Have you seen the report out that lists Oklahoma City as the fourth most “aspirational” city? Check it out here on the Daily Beast. The ranking is based 50 percent on economic conditions; 25 percent on quality of life and 25 percent on various demographic factors.