Watchmen: Art + Impact
*All tickets include general museum admission.
Philbrook presents an evening of art, community and conversations about the making-of and impact of the popular HBO show, Watchmen.
Set in Tulsa, the series begins with a powerful recreation of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. This tragic moment in American history is the catalyst for a nine-episode exploration of race and identity through the filter of superhero culture.
This program will include a conversation with Watchmen set designer Edward McLoughlin onstage in the Museum’s Patti Johnson Wilson Auditorium. After viewing a clip, Tulsa author, attorney, and consultant Hannibal B. Johnson will interview Watchmen director/producer Nicole Kassell, and actor/Tulsa native Tim Blake Nelson via Skype to explore the impact of the show.
Before the program, join us in the Museum’s Mabee Lobby for a special performance by Steph Simon in partnership with the Bob Dylan Center.
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