The new museum opened its doors to the public on May 10th, 2022, located in Tulsa’s arts district near the city’s renowned Woody Guthrie Center. Originally a former paper warehouse, the 29,000 sq.ft center is a dynamic, multifaceted venue which houses permanent, temporary, and traveling exhibitions of Dylan’s work, his influences, and projects inspired by his legacy. The center will serve as a space to educate, motivate, and inspire visitors through exhibits, public programs, performances, lectures, and publications. While designing the space, the team took into account three visitor experiences: “swimmers, skimmers, and divers” defining the different user profiles visiting the center and how they will interact with the content of the museum.Olson Kundig Transforms Abandoned Warehouse into a Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa — https://www.archdaily.com/982365/olson-kundig-transforms-abandoned-warehouse-into-a-bob-dylan-center-in-tulsa
Just another post in my sporadic series of posts on things to do in Oklahoma when friends and family finally decide they have to come visit me.