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Arts & Culture

"Museum Confidential" — A New and Very Different Exhibit Now on View at Philbrook
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On this edition of our show, we speak with Rachel Keith, the Director of Collections and Exhibitions at Philbrook Museum of Art here in Tulsa. She tells us about the newly-opened and totally original exhibition, “Museum Confidential,” which will be on view at Philbrook through early May of next year. As noted of this show […]

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To Be Presented This Weekend by the Signature Symphny at TCC: "Yevtushenko and Shostakovich"
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On this edition of our show, we learn about the next concert to be staged by the Signature Symphny at TCC, “Yevtushenko and Shostakovich,” which will happen on Saturday night, the 4th, at 7:30pm (at the Van Trease PACE on East 81st Street). This concert will honor the life and work of Yevgeny Yevtushenko , […]

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Andrew Grams Holds the Baton as the TSO Plays Tchaikovsky's Emotional Symphony No. 6
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we speak with Andrew Grams, who will be the Guest Conductor for the next Tulsa Symphony Orchestra concert, happening tomorrow night, Saturday the 28th, at the Tulsa PAC. It’ll be a special evening featuring Tchaikovsky’s “Symphony No.6,” “Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber,” and Copland’s “Quiet […]

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ST Medical Monday Explores "Slow Medicine: The Way to Healing"
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Our guest on this installment of ST Medical Monday is Dr. Victoria Sweet, an associate clinical professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, who’s also a prize-winning historian and a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient. She joins us to discuss her new book, “Slow Medicine: The Way to Healing.” This work, part candid memoir […]

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At the TCFR: "How Will Brazil Emerge from the Longest and Deepest Crisis in Its History?"
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On this installment of ST, we’re discussing the rampant, history-making corruption of recent years that has fostered — and that continues to foster — widespread change in Brazilian politics. Our guest is Paulo Sotero, the director of the Brazil Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. An award-winning journalist, Sotero was (from 1989 […]

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"Forged in Crisis: The Power of Courageous Leadership in Turbulent Times"
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There is a difference, of course, between a true leader and a person who’s simply in charge — but what, precisely, is that difference? On this edition of ST, our guest is Nancy Koehn, an historian who teaches at the Harvard Business School, where she holds the James E. Robison Chair of Business Administration. She […]

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"Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution"
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What’s it like to live on one-tenth of the fossil-fuel consumption of the average American? Alarmed by the drastic changes now occurring in the Earth’s climate systems, our guest on today’s ST — who is a climate scientist and father of two — decided to find out. And he’s very glad he did. Peter Kalmus […]

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TU's Nimrod Journal Will Soon Host Its Write Night and Its Conference for Readers and Writers
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On this edition of our program, we chat with Eilis O’Neal, the editor-in-chief of TU’s long-running literary publication, Nimrod International Journal. Nimrod will soon host its 2017 Write Night (tomorrow night, the 20th) at the Tulsa Garden Center, which will be followed (on the 21st) by the day-long Conference for Readers and Writers at the […]

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A Conversation with Angélique Kidjo, the Grammy Award-Winning Beninese Singer-Songwriter
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we speak by phone with Angélique Kidjo, the internationally acclaimed Beninese singer-songwriter and activist, who routinely speaks out for human rights and female empowerment as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. Named “Africa’s premier diva” by Time Magazine and “the undisputed queen of African music” by The Daily Telegraph of London, Kidjo […]

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