Tulsa Historical Society gallery exhibit

The Circle Cinema gallery resumes regular exhibits with a display from the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum. All Gallery exhibits are free and open to the public, with this exhibition running through July 5.

Circle Cinema is honored to host several events in observance of the Tulsa Race Massacre centennial as the city comes together for commemoration. The gallery exhibit will be another opportunity for guests coming to these events or any Circle Cinema film to learn and reflect.

Currently viewable are four banners that detail the history of the Greenwood Area and the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Created by the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum as a traveling exhibit to educate the community, these banners will soon be supplemented with a curated selection of additional photographs from the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum’s archives. Focusing on Greenwood before the Massacre, the slice-of-life images of people and business will contextualize the true scope of what Tulsa lost in the tragedy and violence of the Massacre.