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OKPOP Location Announced

Oklahoma Historical Society officials announced today the organization will construct the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture at 422 North Main Street in Tulsa, across the street from the historic Cain's Ballroom, home of Bob Wills. Tulsan David Sharp and Interak Corporation donated the quarter block of land for the OKPOP site, estimated to be valued at $1 million.

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The OKPOP Museum, to be located in downtown Tulsa, will be dedicated to the creative spirit of Oklahoma's people and the influence of Oklahoma artists on popular culture around the world.

The underlying theme of this innovative and interactive museum will be "Crossroads of Creativity," whether it is in the field of music, film, television, theatre, pop art, comic books, literature, or humor.

The museum will collect artifacts, archival materials, film and video, and audio recordings that reflect Oklahoma's influence nationally and internationally.

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OKPOP Funding is Approved!
Governor Fallin signed Senate Bill 829 authorizing the creation of the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture.
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