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Support the Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences at its annual gala on April 7.


For the past 7 years, the Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences Foundation for Academic Excellence (TSAS FAE) has hosted an annual Gala fundraiser. Once again, TSAS FAE members are proud to invite Tulsans to spend the evening exploring, celebrating and supporting TSAS on April 7 at 7 p.m. The event will take place at Living Arts of Tulsa which is located at 307 E. Matthew B. Brady Street. Attendees will enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, 2 glasses of wine and a chance to win a $100 gift card with each $45.00 ticket purchase. Tickets are available for purchase through Eventbrite and at the door.

This year’s event is squarely focused on showcasing this vibrant and deserving community that is living at the intersection of art and science.

Student art will decorate tables. Alumni services and goods will be highlighted in auctions. Parents will enable all attendees to co-create a work of community art that will hang in the TSAS hall. Students, teachers and staff will be featured in a video reel at the beginning of the evening.


Live and silent auctions will also feature goods and services from the Tulsa area. Local artist Chris Mantle will paint live at the event. Raffle tickets for Chris Mantle’s painting will be sold for $20 each.

The TSAS FAE was created to provide educational, charitable, and scientific funding for academic purposes beyond those ordinarily funded by the school. Members of the foundation include parents of current students, alumni, parents of alumni, and friends of TSAS.

Since its inception, the TSAS FAE has donated $1,136,833 to the Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences.

"Come experience the TSAS community," says Foundation rep Rebecca Black. "Demonstrate support of a community that has made and will continue to make a difference in the lives of 450 students each day."


April 7 — 2018 TSAS Gala

7 p.m. Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E. Matthew B. Brady Street. $45 tickets, $300 table sponsorships. Purchase tickets here.


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