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Designed by Olson Kundig, the world-class center houses and exhibit more than 100,000 exclusive cultural treasures created and owned by Bob Dylan over seven decades. These include handwritten lyric manuscripts to some of the world’s most treasured songs, previously unreleased recordings, never-before-seen film performances, rare and unseen photographs, visual art and other priceless items spanning Dylan’s unparalleled career as one of the world’s most important cultural figures.
CBS Sunday Morning: Bob Dylan Center: A window into the voice of a generation
The Washington Post: At 80, Bob Dylan finally gets a museum
Associated Press: How does it f-e-e-e-e-l? Bob Dylan museum opening in Tulsa
The New York Times: The $10 Million Bob Dylan Center Opens Up His Songwriting Secrets
Variety: Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa Names Steven Jenkins as Director
Vanity Fair: An Exclusive First Peek at the Bob Dylan Museum
The Washington Post: One Fan’s Search for Seeds of Greatness in Bob Dylan’s Hometown
Oklahoma Magazine: Blowin’ In the Wind: The new Bob Dylan center is set to open this May in downtown Tulsa
Smithsonian Magazine: The Most Anticipated Museum Openings of 2022
The Oklahoman: U.S. Poet Laureate Named Artist in Residence for Tulsa's New Bob Dylan Center
CNN Travel: Where to Travel in 2022
Frommer's: Best Place to Go in the United States in 2022
Rolling Stone: Hear Bob Dylan Perform 'He Was a Friend of Mine' in Previously Unreleased Recording From 1961
“It’s that well-known quality of his personality, Dylan’s mysticism and sheer elusiveness, that gives the Archive extra weight, and provides rich insight into not only his creative process but the world that’s spun, tornado-like, around him.”