Olson Kundig transforms Tulsa warehouse into museum devoted to the life and work Bob Dylan

The man of the hour wasn’t present but some of his biggest admirers turned out this week as the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, welcomed its newest attraction, the $10 million Bob Dylan Center.

Created inside a former paper warehouse, the 29,000-square-foot cultural center is both a museum designed to draw Bob Dylan fans and an archive for scholars studying the 80-year-old singer and writer, who won the 2016 Nobel Prize for literature for creating “new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.” 

It’s the newest addition to Tulsa’s growing Arts District, which also includes the Woody Guthrie Center, Cain’s Ballroom, and The Church

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