Admission is free and open to the public! Certain programs and events may have an associated cost.
The Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, that depends on the financial support of individuals, corporations, and foundations for its existence. Consider making a donation today!
Public Hours as of January 5, 2016:
- Monday…………………Galleries Closed
- Tuesday…………………10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Wednesday…………….10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday……………….10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Friday……………………10:00 AM – 5:00 PM | Open until 9:00 PM First Fridays
- Saturday………………..12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday…………………..12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Administrative offices open 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday
Street and curbside parking is available. Parking meters are enforced between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday except for official holidays. The parking session is limited to 2 hours, when you must move your vehicle. Evenings and weekends the parking has no limit on time and no fee.
$2 covered parking is available in the North Parking Garage just north of the BOK Tower on Main Street between First and Archer Streets. Operated by Central Parking. Available Thurs, Fri, Sat after 6pm.
The BOK West Parking Lot is located at 100 East Archer Street. This lot is usually available for patrons of the Brady Arts District. On some occasions, the lot is made available for free on selected times between 5 pm Friday and 4 am on Monday. When the free lot is available, a sign is posted at the entrance at the corner of Boston and Archer. At other times, there is a $5-10 fee to use this lot.
The LOOP is a favorite for visitors and residents alike. The LOOP passengers are able to travel safely to and from destinations while visiting the Downtown entertainment Districts. The LOOP operates on an established route Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 pm until 2 am. The route extends from the Brady Arts District to the BOK Center, to Deco District and Blue Dome District.
The LOOP is operated by Tulsa Transit and can be tracked on their app available at tulsatransit.org. Read more about the LOOP here >
Spaces at the Hardesty Arts Center are available to rent for your next event. Visit our rentals page for more information, or contact Private Event Manager Ricky Torix at email@example.com. We also manage the historic Harwelden Mansion. You can learn more about rentals of Harwelden by visiting www.harweldenmansion.com.
AHHA is an equal access environment; everyone who uses our resources or participates in our activities is able to do so comfortably and efficiently.
Our Boston entrance provides convenient access with a space for temporary parking/drop-off and a ramp. Other ADA features include audio/visual assistive devices and wheelchair-accessible art equipment.
For specific inquiries, please contact Becky Leedy firstname.lastname@example.org
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Brady Arts District
The historic Brady Arts District offers everything from entertainment, dining, shopping, fine art, and family-friendly public events throughout the year in a safe and beautifully-designed urban environment. Take a moment to see everything the District has to offer.
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