Gilcrease Museum

StudioTulsa
2:43 pm
Tue February 18, 2014

Now on View at Gilcrease, "Form and Line: Allan Houser's Sculpture and Drawings"

Aired on Tuesday, February 18th.

A fine show recently opened at the Gilcrease Museum here in Tulsa; "Form and Line: Allan Houser's Sculpture and Drawings" will be on exhibit through June 29th. One of the most widely known and admired Native American artists of the 20th century, the Oklahoma-born Houser, who died at 80 in 1994, was a Chiricahua Apache sculptor, painter, and book illustrator. He was also a dedicated and highly influential teacher of art, most notably at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM.

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StudioTulsa
1:46 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

"Buffalo Bill's Wild West Warriors: Photographs by Gertrude Käsebier" at Gilcrease

Aired on Friday, November 22nd.

On this edition of ST, we are discussing a soon-to-open exhibit at the Gilcrease Museum here in Tulsa, "Buffalo Bill's Wild West Warriors: Photographs by Gertrude Käsebier," which will go on view Sunday, November 24th. Our guest is Michelle Delaney, director of the Consortium for Understanding the American Experience at the Smithsonian Institution.

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StudioTulsa
11:40 am
Mon June 24, 2013

Thomas Moran's Vivid Color Prints on Display at Gilcrease Museum

Aired on Monday, June 24th.
Credit Gilcrease Museum

Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum is currently showing one of the finest collections of early color printmaking, or chromolithography, in its exhibit called "Yellowstone and the West: The Chromolithographs of Thomas Moran," which is on display through September 8th at the museum. The exhibit features a suite of 15 prints commissioned and made by Louis Prang; these are prints of Moran's watercolors from his 1871 journey to Yellowstone as a member of the Hayden Expedition.

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StudioTulsa
3:30 pm
Mon January 14, 2013

Finding Stories, Capturing Moments, Making Pictures: A Chat with Veteran Photographer Jim Richardson

Aired on Monday, January 14th.

On this edition of ST, we speak with Jim Richardson, a longtime contributing photographer for National Geographic magazine (and contributing editor to NatGeo's Traveler magazine) who is known for his globe-trotting photo-journalism as well as his carefully observed images of rural American life. As a social documentary photographer who's been in the business for 30+ years, Richardson has enjoyed an influential and far-flung career.

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StudioTulsa
4:48 pm
Thu January 10, 2013

Now at Gilcrease --- "Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey"

Aired on Thursday, January 10th.

Our guest is Dr. Scott A. Shields, the associate director and chief curator at the Crocker Art Museum in California, who's also the chief curator for a traveling exhibit that will be on view at the Gilcrease Museum here in Tulsa through March 24th. "Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey" is a retrospective appreciation that features nearly 100 paintings and drawings, along with photographs, sculptures, and other objects from the artist's studio.

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StudioTulsa
1:54 pm
Fri June 22, 2012

At Gilcrease --- "Discover the Real George Washington: New Views from Mount Vernon"

Aired on Friday, June 22nd.

On this installment of StudioTulsa, we're joined by Elizabeth Chambers, the collections manager for the Mount Vernon Estate, Museum, and Gardens, who's currently in town to help set-up a show opening at the Gilcrease Museum on Sunday the 24th. It's a traveling exhibit, "Discover the Real George Washington: New Views from Mount Vernon," that will be on view at Gilcrease through September 23rd. What do we know, for certain, about "the Father of Our Country"?

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StudioTulsa
12:51 pm
Wed May 23, 2012

"Gus Foster's Views of this Broad Land" at the Gilcrease Museum

Aired on Tuesday, May 22nd.

Our guest on this edition of StudioTulsa is the New Mexico-based photographer Gus Foster, who's been capturing images with various panoramic cameras since the early 1970s. There's a new exhibit at Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum --- on view through October 7th of this year --- called "Panoramic Landscapes of the American West: Gus Foster's Views of this Broad Land." It's a collection a 20+ works that are as spectacular and sweeping as they are carefully executed and richly diverse: a series of color photographs of our western States that are 8, 10, or 12 feet in length.

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StudioTulsa
12:52 pm
Mon May 21, 2012

At Gilcrease, a Conference on Native American Self-Determination from the Nixon Era to the Present

Aired on Monday, May 21st.

On this edition of StudioTulsa, our guest is the Washington-based attorney Reid Chambers, who was formerly (during the Nixon and Ford administrations) Associate Solicitor for the Bureau of Indian Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior. Chambers will be the moderator for a free-to-the-public forum entitled "Renunciation of Termination, Self-Determination, and the Trust Relationship," which is being jointly presented by the Gilcrease Museum, the University of Tulsa, the National Archives, and the Richard Nixon Foundation.

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StudioTulsa
1:18 pm
Fri May 18, 2012

"The Memory Boom in Public History at the Civil War Sesquicentennial"

Aired on Friday, May 18th.

Today and tomorrow (May 18th and 19th), the University of Tulsa and Gilcrease Museum will host a two-day symposium to announce the now-being-planned Helmerich Center for American Research, a new scholarly resource to be constructed on the grounds of the museum. The symposium is entitled "Material Memory" (and you can learn all about it at this link). Our guest on this edition of StudioTulsa is the award-winning Civil War historian, David W.

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StudioTulsa
3:46 pm
Tue April 3, 2012

"Telling Stories on the Colonial American Frontier"

Aired on Tuesday, April 3rd.

On today's show, we speak with Joshua Piker, an associate professor of history at the University of Oklahoma. Prof. Piker will give the 2012 Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture, which is presented annually by the TU Department of History, on Thursday of this week (the 5th) at 6pm at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa. His lecture is entitled, "The Four Deaths of Acorn Whistler: Telling Stories on the Colonial American Frontier," and it's based on a book that Prof. Piker is just now completing.

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