Oklahoma: The Bob Dylan Archive Opens on a Select Basis in Tulsa, RFQ For Designing Dylan Center Published
From Tulsa World:
The Bob Dylan Archive in Tulsa has officially opened its doors to qualified entities and individuals who wish to access the archive’s wealth of elements spanning nearly 60 years of the artist’s extraordinary life and career.
Announced concurrently, the George Kaiser Family Foundation issued a request for qualifications from agencies interested in submitting proposals for the design of The Bob Dylan Center, which will be housed in the Tulsa Paper Company Building (also known as the Mathews Building) in the Brady Arts District. The Bob Dylan Center will be dedicated to the study and appreciation of Dylan. “We hope to get a large showing of interest and wide variety of excellent ideas,” said Ken Levit, executive director of the George Kaiser Family Foundation.
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