Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity

Discover the heart of creativity at TCC's Thomas K. McKeon Center, a vibrant space for art, design, and inspiration. Explore workshops, events, and more.

Students take in the artwork of Tulsa Public School Students

Fine Arts Creative Exhibit (F.A.C.E.) of Tulsa Public School

The artwork was created by TPS high school students from across the district, including Booker T. Washington, Edison Prep, Hale, Memorial, Tulsa Street School, and others. The exhibit is a partnership between Tulsa Public Schools and the McKeon Center for Creativity. 

Exhibition Details

The Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity ignites the creative spirit through education, collaboration, and inspiration. It provides creative spaces for learning, both for students and the community. The Center for Creativity is home to the TCC Visual Arts, Digital Media and Design, and Mass Communication programs. The public is invited to the McKeon Center for free workshops, events, and art exhibitions. Think you can’t draw, dance, act, or design? Come take one of our free I Can't workshops, and awaken a dormant section of your brain. Go on a photo shoot with a Pulitzer Prize-winner, paint with internationally known artists, or see an art exhibit.

For participants requesting accommodations, please notify the host: cindy.barton@tulsacc.edu. Advance notice is requested. Host completes the request by filling out and submitting the Accessibility Request Form or going to Accessibility Resources.

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910 South Boston Avenue Tulsa, OK 74119-2095

Parking

Visitors may park in metered spots in front of the McKeon Center, or in any of the lots 1–6:

McKeon Center for Creativity Parking Map

About the McKeon Center for Creativity

A vision of then-President Thomas K. McKeon, the Center for Creativity opened in 2009 with the goal of integrating three academic disciplines to provide a collaborative learning environment that mimics the professional world. The Center offers courses in drawing, painting, 3D art, photography, web design, animation, video production and editing, journalism, television broadcast, radio broadcast, and more. The Center for Creativity was renamed the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity upon his retirement in June 2014.

Today, the Center is a multi-use facility that hosts events, workshops, and art exhibitions in the Event Hall that are free and open to the public. The Center partners with nonprofit organizations and fosters collaborations with members of the Tulsa Arts District and the wider Tulsa community. Programming, exhibitions, and collaborations are directed by Annina Collier, annina.collier@tulsacc.edu, Dean of the Center for Creativity, and George Kaiser Family Foundation Endowed Chair.

The Center also houses The Center for Creativity Channel, a YouTube channel that highlights TCC and the Tulsa community.

Many thanks to the generous donors from the public and private sectors who helped make the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity a reality.

  • Grace & Franklin Bernsen Foundation
  • Howard & Billie Barnett
  • Rendi Black
  • Lauren & Rob Brookey
  • Tiffani & Trent Bruton
  • Mark A. Buntz
  • Jim & Janet Cameron
  • H.A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust
  • Mike & Jill Cooper
  • Paul & Tabitha Cornell
  • James C. Dailey
  • Barry & Karen Davis
  • Sharon King Davis
  • The Oklahoma Team Dell, Inc.
  • Jim & Barbara Dunn
  • Jennifer & Ed Fariss
  • Ted & Judy Fisher
  • Flintco, Inc.
  • Brian & Kate Forbes
  • John & Marge Gaberino, Jr.
  • Yvonne Hovell
  • Alana Hughes
  • Jim & Anne Huntzinger
  • Phil & Adriane Lakin
  • Stephen & Kelly Mackin
  • Donald F. Marlar
  • Dr. Tom & Stacey McKeon
  • Larry & Sandy Mocha
  • Susan Neal
  • John & Carole Nikkel
  • David & Karol Page
  • Joan P. Parkhurst
  • Henry & Jane Primeaux
  • Louis R. Reynolds/ Eller Detrich, P.C.
  • Charles T. Sexton
  • Dr. Frank & Mary Shaw
  • State Farm
  • David Stewart
  • John Wiscaver