The Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa offers Imagination Days at the Hardesty Arts Center every third Saturday in 2013. AHHA invites families to learn about the art of our time and experience it firsthand. Inspired by current AHHA exhibitions, this program fosters the development of life-long learning skills through gallery explorations, open-ended discussions, films, demonstrations and individual and collaborative hands-on art activities.
Gallery exhibitions represent visiting artists from diverse cultures around the world. Visitors meet the artists and experience performances that feature a variety of music, dance, spoken word, and storytelling. Throughout the year, the theme and the artists change, so that participants have a new experience each time. Activities are appropriate for all ages, and no advance registration is required. These free events are open to the public during regular Saturday gallery hours.
Activities begin in the American Electric Power Foundation/Williams Family Studio, located on AHHA’s second floor just off the Loft Gallery. For more information, contact the Arts & Humanities Council at 918.584.3333.
What to expect in March:
Drop in and explore the current exhibitions!
Visual Art Activity: Newspaper Origami Pots
2:00-2:30 pm and 3:30-4:00pm
Interactive Family Tour of AHHA exhibit
Third Saturdays 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Arts & Humanities Council Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA)
101 East Archer Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103
At the corner of Boston & Archer in the Brady Arts District.