Henry Zarrow Center for Art & Education

Henry Zarrow Center for Art & Education

Art school in Tulsa, Oklahoma

The University of Tulsa’s Zarrow Center is an anchor in the vibrant Tulsa Arts District, featuring a variety of exhibits, classes and special events.

The Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education is a dynamic arts anchor serving The University of Tulsa.

The three-story Zarrow Center spans 18,000 square feet and has been renovated to include classrooms, art studios, gallery space and a reception area.

The Zarrow Center is part of the renovation project of the former Tulsa Paper Company building, made possible by the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

TU’s Zarrow Center was the first of several arts groups to occupy the renovated warehouse, including Philbrook Downtown, 108 Contemporary and the Woody Guthrie Center.

Address: 124 E Mathew B. Brady St, Tulsa, OK 74103