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Nathan Pritchett, Executive Director of Fab Lab Tulsa, on the Upcoming Mini Maker Faire
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we speak with Nathan Pritchett, executive director of Fab Lab Tulsa. This popular nonprofit, which opened in Tulsa (near 7th and Lewis) in 2011, offers, per its website, “community access to advanced manufacturing and digital fabrication tools for learning skills, developing inventions, creating businesses, and producing personalized products. Fab Lab […]

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Getting to Know Scott Stulen, the New Director of the Philbrook Museum of Art
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On this installment of ST, we welcome Scott Stulen, the newly arrived Director of the Philbrook Museum of Art here in Tulsa. Formerly, Stulen was the Curator of Audience Experiences and Performance at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA); he officially joined the staff at Philbrook earlier this week. As was noted in a recent […]

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A Chat with Alton Carter, a Stillwater-Based Author Who's a Part of the TCCL's "Chapters" Event
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we speak with Alton Carter, an Oklahoma Book Award-winning author whose memoir, “The Boy Who Carried Bricks,” was originally published in 2015. It’s a painful-to-read yet ultimately uplifting autobiography that details Carter’s growing up in smalltown Oklahoma. Carter will be participating in the upcoming “Chapters” event at the TCCL’s Hardesty […]

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StudioTulsa Presents Fascinating Discussions from the 2016 Aspen Ideas Festival
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StudioTulsa is currently offering several hour-long conversations and lectures that were presented earlier this summer at the Aspen Ideas Festival. These programs were recorded by Minnesota Public Radio; we at KWGS-FM appreciate the opportunity to share them with our listeners, courtesy of MPR. Please note that these Aspen Ideas programs will begin at 11am on […]

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Tulsa Photographer Doug Henderson and His Documents of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade in Africa
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we speak with Doug Henderson, an architectural photographer based here in Tulsa who has photographed, starting back in 2010, many different forts and castles along the coast of West Africa where, from the 1600s to the early 1800s, European traders imprisoned slaves until ships could carry them to the New […]

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