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Explore black history and culture in Oklahoma from Tulsa’s Black Wall Street of the 1920’s to the vibrancy and diversity of today through the works of several unique black artists.
This installation seeks to explore the multifaceted elements that play into who we are internally and how we show up in the world.
We are exploring several components of our experience. The elements found in this exhibition include but is not limited to growing up in the Greenwood District (The original Black Wall Street); processing the generational trauma as a result of the Tulsa Race Massacre as well as celebrating the thriving history of the innovators and visionaries that built this greatView more
102 W Reno, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Downtown Oklahoma City offers many affordable parking options for visitors. Parking downtown is easier than you think! Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc. provides an interactive map to help guide you in selecting parking options. Click here to see it!
Metered parking is available on the streets around the Gardens. For a list of nearby parking garages and costs, visit ParkingOKC.com.
The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory is ADA accessible to the first and third level. An elevator located in the South Lobby is available to get to the third floor. Once on the third level guestsView more
The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory is ADA accessible to the first and third level. An elevator located in the South Lobby is available to get to the third floor. Once on the third level guests can take the catwalk to the north side, then return to the elevator to go to the first level. The exterior grounds are ADA.View less