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Budget Collector is on a mission to help you find the missing art pieces in your life in a fun, open, collaborative, and inclusive manner.

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What do I do when I grow up?

Anitra Lavanhar, like many artists, discovered her love of photography in high school but found the technical aspects of the Art to be intimidating. She explains that even though she loved it, she talked herself out of it because of the technically complicated learning curve

The Future of Academia is Community Engagement

The Zarrow Center operates as part of a larger mission for the Oklahoma Center for Humanities at Tulsa University. Housed in the original Paper Company building that now makes up the south eastern corner of Museum Row next to the Bob Dylan Center, 108 Contemporary

BC in Tulsa: Bringing Fine Art To Everybody

On September 3, 2022, Budget Collector sponsored their first "Art@Home""event at the Henry Zarrow Center for Art & Education in downtown Tulsa's heart of Museum Row of the Arts District. Royce Meyers of the Royce Meyers Gallery curated the exhibit with featured artists, including Anke

Anne Pollard James

“In March 2020, I took my first oil painting class. I did a session with Marjorie Atwood, we bought six paints and some pallet paper, and she taught me how to paint and shade a sphere, then the world shut down."