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About the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa

ahctFounded in 1961, the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa is designated by Americans for the Arts as one of the 50 largest local arts organizations in the nation.

Our Mission: The Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa is the champion for area arts and culture. Diverse education programs advance its mission to inspire creativity, foster appreciation, promote lifelong learning, enhance the quality of individual lives, and contribute economic vitality to the greater community.

About the Oklahoma Humanities Council

ohcOHC is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. As the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, we strive to stimulate discussion, inform new perspectives, and actively engage people in lifelong learning.Our strategic plan targets two critical areas of need in our state: K-12 humanities education and community building. We address these needs through the following programs:

  • Grants for humanities programming and research
  • Reading programs that bring people together to discuss books and ideas and open doors for previously illiterate adults
  • Traveling exhibits that take the museum experience to rural areas
  • Lectures and living history programs that foster community dialogue and connect people with our finest scholars
  • Classroom programs that engage students with history and literature
  • Teacher institutes that promote excellence in K-12 education

For more information, please visit www.okhumanitiescouncil.org


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