• Weekend Things to Do: Hardesty Arts Center Opening

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    The Brady Arts District is home to some of the most exciting movements going on in Tulsa. Its newest addition, the Hardesty Arts center is an $18.3 million dream that "seeks to be an arts hub for every person in Tulsa". It's one of Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa's most exciting projects that is more than 10 years in the making and opening this Sunday. Here's the agenda:

    • Ribbon cutting Ceremony: 1pm
    • Artists awards / gallery talk: 3pm
    • Building Tours: 1-5pm
    • Family Activities in the Family Lab 1-5pm

    Photo: The Tulsa WorldPhoto: The Tulsa World

    Source: Tulsa World, Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa

  • Walsh Branding: Living Arts of Tulsa

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    Seems like all of the city's local favorites are getting new sites and many of them are turning to responsive solutions as Walsh Branding has on their most recent site for Living Arts of Tulsa. We dig it, especially the 'popping' hover state found throughout the site. Hop on over to the source to check it out.

  • Local Work: Take Heart Tulsa

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    Local designer Jeff Kubiak recently did a nice one-pager for new startup Take Heart Tulsa. Take Heart Tulsa is a sort of local excursion/adventure social service. You can read more and check out the site here.

  • State of Creativity Forum 2012

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    What are you expecting from the State of Creativity Forum 2012 tomorrow in Oklahoma city? SOC is featuring a few big name keynote speakers in the creative space (like Sir Ken Robinson) and promises to be "the biggest creative catalyst of the year". If you aren't already signed up, and happen to have a free day tomorrow, hop on over to the source and reserve your spot now.

  • Walsh Branding eyes the casino gaming industry

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    In an effort to provide a more holistic marketing experience for clients, Tulsa-based Advertising company- Walsh Branding has just announced a "strategic alliance" with H2R. H2R is a Loveland, Co based company with media expertise and extensive experience in the casino gaming industry. The alliance hopes to provide a full service marketing and branding strategy to gaming clients in particular. We look forward to seeing some sweet new graphics next to our picture on the winners board.

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  • And then there was LTE

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    Get ready for your life to get quite a bit faster and we're not talking about Microsoft's new Surface that came out today.

    Just in time to properly usher in the iPad mini, AT&T has upped their original promise to bring LTE to Tulsa by the year's end and graced us with an early Christmas present. Maybe that whopping $200 bill won't seem as heavy this month...

    Source LTE turn on leads to multiple NERDgasms

  • Happy 131st Pablo

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    Today we tip our hats to Pablo Picasso on his 131st birthday. On a week where it seems all of Apple's lineup of products have been refreshed, we remember one of Steve Job's favorite Picasso quotes, "Good artists copy, great artists steal". So go steal shamelessly and see Pablo's work locally at the Philbrook Museum (pictured below).

  • Weekend Things to Do: Learn Adobe Muse

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    Do you ever click on that little "Mu" icon that came with your CS subscription? Neither do we, in fact, we opened Adobe Muse for the first time the other day here at the Tulsa Egotist. But that's why it's probably worth the hour-and-a-half drive to Oklahoma City to become better aquatinted with a potentially wonderful tool (especially for small HTML sites).

    Muse is Adobe's new attempt at creating a program for designers to march around the dirty of code and publish clean HTML websites using current standards. AIGA is shepherding a Muse workshop this Saturday.

    To find out more, check out the posting on the OKC Egotist here
    To preregister, click here

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