Opens Thursday, May 23

The Arts and Humanities Council’s Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) reveals the story and process of its design by Tulsa firm Selser Schaefer Architects through a unique exhibition in which the design firm shares how it gathered information about the center’s use from administrators, artists, galleries, engineers, museums and individuals and used that information as the keystone – or the “sweet spot” – the design. Sweet Spot: Red Candy Bar and Other Design Tales also includes design interpretations in photo and video created by Tulsa artists Don Emrick and Geoffrey Hicks. The exhibition opens at the center, 101 E. Archer St., from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, May 23. Sweet Spot runs through July 5. Admission is free. For regular visiting hours and other information, visit

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