About the Hardesty Arts Center
The Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa Hardesty Arts Center, fondly known as AHHA, opened in December 2012 and is the home of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa in the heart of the Brady Arts District. Offering exhibition space, classrooms, a family studio, woodshop, darkroom, rooftop artist studios, and event space, creativity is truly at the core of the building.
AHHA internally organizes and supports traveling, guest-curated, and collaborative exhibitions organized with area artists and organizations. A broad range of themes, styles and mediums will present the best exhibitions of interest to the Tulsa community. Long-term residencies at AHHA introduce students to new art forms and reach the broader community through exhibitions.
Area artists have the opportunity to propose innovative and exciting public classes and workshops for youth and adults. Traditional and new mediums are supported in state-of-the-art classrooms including 2D, 3D, and 4D processes, a media lab, and an entire photography suite. Community art classes will be taught by area artists and educators.