Tulsa Art Deco Museum preview party and fashion show

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The Tulsa Art Deco Museum has a physical location now, in the Philcade Building on the southeast corner of 5th and Boston, and there's an opportunity this afternoon, Saturday, December 10, 2011, to see a preview of coming attractions:

Just a friendly reminder that today, between 4pm and 6pm is our first event at our new museum "starter space" inside the Philcade at the corner of 5th and Boston downtown. Though it's a tiny space, we are excited to begin transforming it into something wonderful and fun. While checking out our new digs you will be able to also see the beautiful evening gowns, worn by live models, that were created by OSU fashion design students. The gowns were inspired by Tulsa's wonderful Art Deco buildings. There will also be "pop-up" shopping inside the spectacular Philcade and across the street in the Thompson building, and we will have a small museum gift shop open inside the lobby as well. Oh, and Santa will be in the lobby so bring the kids!

The gift shop will be open Wednesdays in December from 10 am to 7 pm.

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Joffre said:

I did not realize there was such a museum. I spent several hours photographing Tulsa's Art Deco homes this summer when I was visiting. Next trip I need to get the buildings. Tulsa has quite a bit of Art Deco.

The Will Rogers Highschool has some neat stuff and they did a great job with their renovation.

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