Children, parents, and grandparents can help dream a better future for Tulsa at the Dream Exhibit
The exhibit features all the original artwork created for Dream – watercolor, oil, digital, 3-D modeling clay, and more. There’s also the magical, handcrafted Dream Chest inspired by the chest in the book. Computer interactives and concept drafts reveal the secrets behind the creative process.
“The exhibit gets you thinking about your life and the generations, and inspires you to dream better things for your community,” says Bosak, who is also Chair of the Legacy Project, a national multigenerational education group that has partnered with the City of Tulsa on the Across Generations initiative.
Tulsa is the first American city to host the Dream Exhibit. The exhibit is in Tulsa for the city’s new. Copies of the book “Dream” featuring the art from the exhibit is available for purchase in the museum’s gift shop. Across the Generations initiative. By the year 2030, 1 in every 5 Americans will be over 65. The Across Generations initiative will help Tulsa address shifting demographics as it works to become a city that recognizes, respects, and meets the needs of all ages and brings generations together in support of each other.