Paper recycling in Tulsa and OKC Metro areas. Offer free of charge paper recycling fundraisers for schools, churches and non-profits. Paper recycling bins, placed on site, are promoted as community paper recycling drop off sites. We collect newspapers, magazines, shredded paper, office paper, junk mail, catalogs and any other white paper in our paper recycling bins-please no phonebooks no cardboard. Visit PaperRetriever.com to find the paper recycling bin closest to you.
The Council is a not-for-profit corporation whose mission is to demonstrate community leadership through the integration of arts and culture in everyday lives. They reach 120,000+ youth through Core Arts Programs including: Artists-in-the-Schools, Harwelden Institute, Community Arts Partnerships, and DHS Youth Arts After School. Most programs target at-risk and underserved populations.
ArtsinTulsa.com links you to an extensive list of local artists and other arts organizations, galleries and museums, events, classes, and services and supplies.
Monthly meeting 2nd Monday 7-9 at Central Center; Weekly carve-in Thursdays 6-9 p.m. at Central Center. The main goal of the EOWA is to promote and increase interest in appreciation of woodcarving. The club participates in community activities and shares expertise with groups.
The development of the Mathews building will be a true public/private partnership with the Arts & Humanities Council responsible for the Tulsa Contemporary arts incubator. The spaces in the Tulsa Art Loft will be designed for the urban dweller who wants to walk across the bridge to downtown.
Our gallery is pleased to consult regarding collections and estate planning which may include consignment and purchase of fine art. We exhibit and market art of the Midwest and American West with special emphasis in early Oklahoma and regional artists.
Greenstar is a full service recycling company handling plastics and waste paper, including confidential document destruction services (shredding). Equipment sales and retail are also available. In order to minimize waste removal, Greenstar offers waste audits. Waste Audits, Aluminum, Paper and Plastic Recycling
Since 1969, Living Arts of Tulsa has been steadfast in its mission of "presenting and developing contemporary art forms in Tulsa". Through the presentation of creative workshops, performances, exhibitions, films/videos, demonstrations of current art, lectures, related educational activities and research, Living Arts shares its interests with the community.
The Oklahoma Arts Institute is a private, non-profit organization with a vision to cultivate established and emerging artists and educators through art workshops, immersion and awareness. Oklahoma high school students are selected to participate. Each fall, educators, professional artists, and amateur artists gather for four-day weekend workshops in the literary, visual, and performing arts.
OKRA (Oklahoma Recycling Association) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to support communities, governments, and individuals in recycling. We provide a forum for networking, encourage local end-markets, and work to create a unified voice for Oklahoma Recyclers. We have strong partnerships with the state DEQ, Keep Oklahoma Beautiful, The Metropolitan Environmental Trust, EPA, and the NRC.
Tulsa Girls Art School Project, Inc. (GAS) provides specialized art training to talented and motivated elementary school-aged girls living in the inner city of Tulsa. Small class environments are provided to allow for a lot of individual instruction and encouragement. Students are interviewed and selected on a individual basis.
A facility of Tulsa Park and Recreation Dept. dedicated to the fine arts. Offers art-related classes and workshops for all ages including: drawing, oil painting, printmaking, water colors, pottery, photography, calligraphy, spinning, weaving, book arts, papermaking, collage, mosaics, fused and stained glass, fiber arts, batik, jewelry and metalsmithing.
An active photography club that embraces all aspects and involvement in photography, we hold monthly meetings at Apertures Photo. Members enjoy various fieldtrips around the state, workshops, and hold annual members only show. We are well known for our Waiting Child Project. All ages and levels are welcome to join!