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Arts & Culture

The Tulsa Planning Office supports the Arts Commission to facilitate the processes that help make and market Tulsa as a place of artistic and cultural tradition and innovation. As an interface between Tulsa’s artistic community and municipal resources, we assist in the approval of beautification projects, the maintenance and marketing of public art, and the long-term cultivation of Tulsa’s cultural resources.

The Tulsa Arts Commission

The Arts Commission is charged with assisting the City in matters concerning public artwork, giving guidance in purchases and maintenance of existing artwork, providing a source of respected opinions and advice concerning public matters having aesthetic implications, reviewing public signage issues (including neighborhood signs), stimulating superior aesthetic quality in all phases of physical development within the community and assisting in the procurement of additional works of public art.

Arts Commission meetings take place at 4PM on the second Tuesday of every month, unless otherwise noted.

Meetings are held in City Hall, in the 10th Floor North Conference Room

Meeting Agendas

Arts Commission Ordinance

 

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For General Inquiries:

JT Paganelli | Planner
2 West Second St, Suite 800
Tulsa, OK 74103
Email: jpaganelli@incog.org

Funding Opportunities

Call for Artists: Oklahoma Air National Guard, Mission Training Center

The City of Tulsa is accepting submissions from professional artists or teams of artists for a significant public art opportunity at the Oklahoma Air National Guard's Mission Training Center near Tulsa International Airport. Due to the high-security nature of the...

Call for Artists: Sculpture for Fire Station 33

The City of Tulsa is accepting submissions from professional artists or teams of artists in response to a significant public art opportunity relating to the construction of the new Fire Station 33, to be located at 4109 S 134th E. Ave.

Funding Available for Arts Organizations

The Tulsa Planning Office and Tulsa Arts Commission are accepting applications for the Vision Arts Resilience and Recovery program, which will provide grants to local nonprofit arts organizations that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Awardees may use the...