Philbrook Downtown

116 E. M. B. Brady St, Tulsa, OK 74103


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Located in the Brady Arts District, The Philbrook Downtown is a satellite space, an expansion from the 23-acre main campus in Midtown Tulsa. The satellite location allows Philbrook to display more of their extensive Native American art collection, as well as growing modern and contemporary art collections. Exhibitions of Native American and modern and contemporary art are also held here.

Native American art represents the single largest portion of the Museum’s holdings comprising a diverse array of artwork from across North America including basketry, jewelry, paintings, pottery, and such cultural arts as clothing, moccasins, and objects used in daily and ceremonial life.

Exhibitions & Dates

  • Bean Dance: Hopi Kachina Carvings

    Aug 3 2018 - Jan 6 2019

    Small sculptures represent sacred spirit beings central to traditional Hopi religious beliefs and cultural practices

  • Joel Daniel Phillips

    Feb 1 2019 - May 19 2019

    Graphite drawings explore the oil industry in the 1950s

  • Richard Barlow

    Feb 1 2019 - May 19 2019

    Monumental, temporary, and site-specific drawings

  • Jason Lee: Oklahoma

    May 31 2019 - Nov 10 2019

    Images capture haunting remnants of the past

  • Larry Clark: Tulsa

    May 31 2019 - Nov 10 2019

    50-print portfolio captures daily life's grit and intimacy