Every year, the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities creates wide-ranging collaborations that connect students, faculty, and community members in order to tackle complex challenges and ideas.  In the last several year, I have organized and lead groups that created exhibitions, conferences, workshops, theatrical shows and more.  On this page you'll find just a few of the 150+ such events we've created since 2014.

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2018

Oklahoma!

Innovative performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein's signature musical featuring an all-Black cast and set against the state's Jim Crow history.

Directed by Machele Dill

Theme: Homelands

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2016

The Art of Politics

An exhibition and conference that gathered some of the country's most accomplished editorial cartoonists to explore the role of humor in politics

With Cartoonist Bruce Plante

Theme: Humor

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2019

Memory, Memorials, and Community

A two-day exploration of memorials and their role in public life, featuring a special presentation from the National Lynching Museum

Hosted by Gilcrease Museum

Theme: Memory

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Every Spring

TU Arts & Humanities Festival

Annual event featuring student artwork, film, performance, and research presentations alongside interactive art-making experiences.

Multidisciplinary

Annual Student Event

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2018

Native American Cuisines: Tradition & Innovation

An exploration of Native American food featuring chefs, historians, health professionals, activists, and sociologists from around the US.

Multidisciplinary

Theme: Food

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2019

The World of Bob Dylan

A multi-day event mixing critics, fans, and scholars to explore the iconic songwriter's work and influence in venues across the city of Tulsa

With the Bob Dylan Center

Bob Dylan Institute

© 2019 by Sean Latham

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