Last Updated: May 19, 2016
- Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa
"Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa is the champion of area arts and culture. Diverse education programs advance its mission to inspire creativity, foster appreciation, promote lifelong learning, enhance the quality of individual lives, and contribute economic vitality to the greater community."
- Higher Education and Cultural Roundtable of Tulsa
Want to know what cultural and art events are happening in Tulsa? Then "like" the Higher Education Cultural Roundtable Facebook Page
- Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
Located in the historic Greenwood area of Tulsa, this site honors the great jazz, blues and gospel music and musicians of this region.
- Oklahoma Museums Association Museum Directory
Directory of the over 500 museums in Oklahoma
- Tulsa Mayfest
Information about the annual Mayfest art festival in Tulsa.
- Tulsa Opera
Tulsa Opera, created in 1948, is the 18th oldest opera company in the United States and has consistently been named one of Opera America's top 10 regional opera companies.
- Tulsa Performing Arts Center
In addition to five theaters, this center of Tulsa's cultural events also houses some of Tulsa's finest artwork.
- WaterWorks Art Center
Located in Tulsa's historic Newblock Park, 1710 Charles Page Blvd., WaterWorks Art Center brings visual fine arts experiences, hands-on classes and quality art exhibits to the people of Tulsa and neighboring communities.
- Art History Resources on the Web
Provides an encyclopedic timeline of art history through the ages. Gives in depth coverage for each time period. Lists museums and galleries throughout the world.
This site is a comprehensive index of artists and their works that are featured at museum sites, image archives, and other online resources. Search this site by artist, artwork, museum, medium, movement, subject and nationality.
- ArtLex Art Dictionary
More than 3,000 definitions of art along with thousands of illustrations, pronunciation notes, quotations, and cross-references are discussed on this site. Includes a search engine, translator, and links to other resources.
This site for middle school students focuses on visual and performing arts. "Students are exposed to important works of art and take part in activities that teach about styles, principles and processes of each art form.
AskART is an online database containing over 200,000 artists. From its inception the focus was on American artists from the early 16th-Century through the present. However, in January of 2007 the database expanded to include international artists' auction records.
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- Cartoon Image Database
Digital image database of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Libarary and Museum at Ohio State University. Contains thousands of scanned images from the collection.
- Getty Publications - Virtual Library
Free digital backlist titles from the Getty Publications Archives.
- International Foundation for Art Research
-Advice for establishing provenance for artworks
-Fee-based authentication service
-Links, summaries, and explanations of legislation, US case law, and out of court settlements relating to art theft, fraud, and cultural property issues
-Guide to provenance
-Glossary of art terminology
-Stolen art alerts
The go-to source for antiques and collectibles information. Includes price guides, marks, directory, etc. Premium content requires subscription.
- Web Gallery of Art
Features a collection of over 11,600 digital reproductions of European paintings and sculptures of the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque periods. This site also offers brief biographies of artists and "guided tours" of various genres.
Publication Date: 2012-01-09