Alexandre Hogue Gallery
The Alexandre Hogue Gallery serves as the chief focal point for the university’s engagement with the visual arts. Used year-round for the exhibition of arts, crafts, performance art and special events, the gallery also offers exhibitions of historical, global and multicultural significance. It is also the site of the annual Gussman Student Art Exhibition and numerous shows by prominent artists, and can be comfortably used for poetry readings and chamber music performances. Every year, the Mayo Foundation funds an exhibition featuring the work of an established painter.
Henry Zarrow Center for Art & Education
The Zarrow Center is a dynamic arts anchor serving The University of Tulsa’s School of Art, Division of Lifelong Learning and Gilcrease Museum. The three-story Zarrow Center spans 18,000 square feet and has been renovated to include classrooms, art studios, the Sherman Smith Family Gallery and a reception area for events. The Zarrow Center is part of the renovation project of the former Tulsa Paper Company building, made possible by the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
Labs and Studios
The School of Art features state-of-the-art labs and studio spaces in an historic building at the center of campus. Students routinely use our three digital labs to design, animate and realize their ideas, as well as a large-format printer that is available for special projects. Drawing, painting and printmaking studios allow students to explore media specific and multi-media projects. With the largest kiln in the state of Oklahoma, studios in ceramics and sculpture, and a partnership with Fab Lab Tulsa, students in the School of Art can create anything they can imagine.