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¡Descubra!: Celebrating Cultural Identities

Sunday, April 14
1:00pm – 5:00pm

*Capacity is limited. Advance tickets are highly recommended.

Join Philbrook Museum of Art and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino for ¡Descubra!, a fun-filled afternoon of activities for families and visitors of all ages. This special day celebrates our special exhibition Collidoscope: de la Torre Brothers Retro-Perspective.

Bring the family for art demonstrations, fun activities, bilingual storytimes, artmaking, music, dancing, and featured activities from ¡Descubra! national collaborator, the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Celebrating Cultural Identities is supported in part by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino. The National Museum of the American Latino is grateful for General Motor’s support of the Molina Family Latino Gallery’s General Motors Learning Lounge and its Learning Program.


Scheduled Fun

Ballet Folklorico Sol Azteca
Presented by Casa de la Cultura
Performances at 2pm & 4pm
Patti Johnson Wilson Auditorium

Spanish-English Bilingual Storytime
with Tulsa City-County Library’s Hispanic Resource Center
1:30 p.m. & 3:30 p.m.


All Day Fun in the Museum

Discover Philbrook: Self-Guided Gallery Hunts
Pick up in Guest Lounge & Zink Rotunda Kiosk

Tools of the Trade
with Tulsa Glass Blowing School
Mabee Lobby

Make a Lenticular with National Museum of the American Latino
Mabee Lobby

Optical Illusions with the U.S. Trade & Patent Office
Guest Lounge

Make Art: Mesmerizing Mandalas
Studio C


Indoor Eats & Treats

Elote Pop-Up Cafe
Mabee Lobby

East Side Eats
Guest Lounge


All Day Fun on the Film Lawn

Celebrate Community
Meet Local Leaders

Art in Action!
Meet local artists and see them create live and in-person!

Hop Aboard the Reading Roadshow
powered by Tulsa City-County Library


Eats & Treats on the Film Lawn

Pick Up a Churro from Pancho Anaya while supplies last


IMAGE: Einar de la Torre (Mexican, b. 1963) and Jamex de la Torre (Mexican, b. 1960). Oxymodern (Aztec Calendar), 2020. Blown-glass and mixed-media, 120 x 120 x 12”. Courtesy of the Cheech Marin Collection and Riverside Art Museum. ©De La Torre Brothers

All sales are final. Tickets, Memberships, and Donations are nonrefundable. Select ticketed events will be exchangeable. View our full Refund & Ticketing Policy for more information.

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Visit a member of Philbrook’s Guest Experience Team at the front desk or call us at (918) 748-5300 for questions or additional information.