Bob Dylan Center Exhibits


Located in the Tulsa Arts District, the Bob Dylan Center® serves to educate, motivate and inspire visitors to engage their own capacity as creators. While the center is anchored by a permanent exhibit on the life and work of Bob Dylan, it also offers additional exhibits, public programs, performances, lectures, and publications, through which it aims to foster a conversation about the role of creativity in our lives.

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The Gift

What happens when we consider works of art as gifts and not commodities? Talent is certainly a gift. Inspiration, too, is often a gift. Finally, the work we inherit from […]

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Jerry Schatzberg: 25th & Park

This exhibition of photographs and related materials provides a look inside the studio at 333 Park Avenue South, a nexus of New York art and society where Jerry Schatzberg created some of his most extraordinary images and influenced the trajectories of photography, pop music, fashion, cinema, theater and literature during the turbulent, culturally rich 1960s.

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Upcoming Exhibit

Becoming Bob Dylan: Photographs by Ted Russell 1961–1964

Becoming Bob Dylan: Photographs by Ted Russell 1961–1964, an exhibition of rare images from Bob Dylan’s early years in New York City, opens April 26. Ted Russell’s photographs offer an […]

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