Librarium, Hardesty, Martin, Rudisill & Zarrow libraries will open at 10 am on March 5.
All other libraries will open at regular time.
The Higher Education Cultural Roundtable (HECR) is soliciting proposals for grants to Tulsa-area schools to fund arts and humanities projects.
HECR, a consortium of Tulsa-area colleges and universities, will award "mini-grants" ranging from $50 to $250 to assist with schools' arts and humanities expenses including materials, equipment, supplies, guest lectures, artist fees and travel expenses to art events.
• Applications for the 2013 calendar year will be accepted through February 28, 2013.
• The grant application form and instructions may be found at http://www.orgs.utulsa.edu/hecr.
• Applicants will be notified by email of their award status by April 1, 2013.
• Recipients will be recognized at the HECR Awards Ceremony at Tulsa Community College Metro Campus at 4:00 p.m. on April 18, 2013.
Working with the Tulsa City-County Library and the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa, the Roundtable promotes intellectual, artistic and social discourse on member campuses and in the larger community, engages in cooperative programming and shares resources and ideas. The group was founded upon the recommendation of the 1990 Comprehensive Cultural Plan of the City of Tulsa. Visit the HECR website at http://www.orgs.utulsa.edu/hecr for more information about HECR.
If you need assistance, contact HECR representative Lauren Wagner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-631-2530.