For the art lover in your life, a gift guide. Tulsa is home to many artists of all types, from painters, to musicians, to authors and more, creating no shortage of gift ideas this holiday season and beyond. Shop these Downtown businesses, museums, and galleries for unique items that honor artists known locally and all over the world.
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SHOP 108 at 108 E. Reconciliation Way for the holidays through January 22nd, 2023! The gallery will feature handcrafted and winter-themed work made by local artists, perfect as gifts for loved ones this holiday season. Browse in-store or online at shop.108contemporary.org.
Find work by:
Amy Sanders de Melo
Jean Ann Fausser
… And more!
The Tulsa Artery at 201 E. 2nd St. supports artists by providing space to display and sell the fruits of their talent while giving the community a source for handmade wares, decor, and collectible art. Shop all sorts of cool and beautiful things!
The Bob Dylan Center at 116 E. Reconciliation Way is dedicated to studying and appreciating renowned American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and his cultural significance. Shop T-shirts, stickers, and other souvenirs here!
Woody Guthrie Center
The Woody Guthrie Center features state-of-the-art exhibits, an extensive outreach and education program, and a concert series to bring his legacy to Tulsans and Woody Guthrie fans worldwide. Located at 102 E. Reconciliation Way, WGC also features Fire in Little Africa and women of Country music apparel for the music lover on your list.
Made: An Indie Emporium Shop
Made at 219 E. Archer St. is home to handmade goods from over 400 makers and crafters, many of whom are right here in Oklahoma in the heart of the Tulsa Arts District. Doesn’t that just pick at your artsy heartstrings?! Don't miss their pop-up next door: Made Mini.
Colors of Etnika
Karla Aguirre-Jones created Colors of Etnika in 2012 to showcase her handcrafted artisan jewelry. She is a metalsmith and jewelry designer who travels the world, curates gemstones, and seeks inspiration from different cultures. Her studio shop is open to the public in the Tulsa Arts District at 10 E. Archer St.