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Extended Pose Figure Drawing @ Zarrow »

May 16 at 01:00 pm to 05:00 pm

This studio gives artists the opportunity to draw or paint a nude male or female model holding a single pose for four hours to allow for a more fully developed work or a series of work.

Funday Sunday »

May 17 at 12:00 pm to 04:00 pm

It's an afternoon of museum fun for the whole family. Visitors will enjoy different art making stations in the museum, each offering different materials and themes as well as teaching artists to help guide and inspire. An art hunt is available to explore in the galleries, with a prize at the end. Families will also enjoy our interactive spaces, the Kids Site and the Kravis Discovery Center, as well as the different galleries and gardens, and special featured activities. For families with children ages 3 - 15. Free!

Open Studio for Adult Artists @ Zarrow »

May 19 at 04:00 pm to 07:00 pm

Join local artists who are learning to paint, draw or sculpt in these free studio sessions.

ZACH: Zarrow Art Classes for Homeschool @ Zarrow (AM) »

May 21 at 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Discover the world of art at the Zarrow Center for Art & Education through this program, which is designed especially for the homeschooling community. Students will have an arts enrichment experience as they create their own works of art in this engaging approach to arts education taught by qualified art instructors.

ZACH: Zarrow Art Classes for Homeschool @ Zarrow (PM) »

May 21 at 01:30 pm to 03:00 pm

Discover the world of art at the Zarrow Center for Art & Education through this program, which is designed especially for the homeschooling community. Students will have an arts enrichment experience as they create their own works of art in this engaging approach to arts education taught by qualified art instructors.

Sunday Matinee Films - "Our Spirits Don't Speak English: Indian Boarding School" »

May 31 at 01:30 pm to 03:00 pm

In 1869, the U.S. government enacted a policy of educating Native American children in the ways of western society. By the 1960s, more than 100,000 had been forced to attend Indian Boarding School in many states where they were denied the right to speak their language or practice cultural traditions. Free for members; free with museum admission for not-yet members.

Mini Masters - Art of the Land and Sea »

June 02 at 02:00 pm to 03:00 pm

Artists have been inspired by the land and the sea for centuries. Come and feel inspired by landscapes and seascapes. We will explore what makes different scenes worthy of capturing in art. We will also continue to learn about line, shape, form, texture, color, value and space within the works that are studied in the galleries. Afterwards, enjoy making an art object that relates to what we have just studied. Free for members; free with museum admission for not-yet members.

Mini Masters - Art of the Land and Sea »

June 05 at 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Artists have been inspired by the land and the sea for centuries. Come and feel inspired by landscapes and seascapes. We will explore what makes different scenes worthy of capturing in art. We will also continue to learn about line, shape, form, texture, color, value and space within the works that are studied in the galleries. Afterwards, enjoy making an art object that relates to what we have just studied. Free for members; free with museum admission for not-yet members.

Kids Dig Books - Life on the Northwest Coast »

June 05 at 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

Join us as we listen to stories about Northwest Coast Indian children, their historical environment, culture and animal companions. Afterwards, enjoy the art-making activity relating to the stories you have just heard. Free for members; free with museum admission for not-yet members.

From My Point of View - When Fiction Masquerades As Fact: A Novel Find in the Gilcrease Archives »

June 05 at 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

Laura M. Stevens, Associate Professor of English at the University of Tulsa, will discuss a little-known eighteenth-century novel she found in the Gilcrease Archives. Free for members; free with museum admission for not-yet members.