Experience Price Tower
Frank Lloyd Wright's innovative skyscraper that forever changed the Oklahoma horizon.
Immerse yourself in the architecture and design of Frank Lloyd Wright. Take the historic tour of Price Tower which includes a visit to the restored 19th floor executive office of H.C. Price. Also enjoy the growing collections and exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, furniture, textiles and design.
Copper Restaurant + Bar is now open for dine-in seating on the 15th floor! Wright Chef Jordan Keen is in the kitchen, crafting fresh, modern meals. Looking for an outdoor eating opportunity? Visit Price Tower Plaza and sample our more relaxed menu, adjacent to Tower Center at Unity Square.
Gallery & Museum Hours:
Everyday | 10am-8pm
Gallery Admission: Free
Mon – Sat: 11am & 2pm
Support the Price Tower Arts Center!
Become a Member to enjoy membership benefits, or make a contribution here to support our arts education programming and preservation efforts of the Price Tower. (Click here for more information on becoming a member)
Chef Jordan is from Clearwater, Florida. He has been a Chef de Cuisine at several restaurants in the state of Florida for the past five years. Jordan has been involved with staff training, executing menu changes, and specializes in New American upscale dining.
We are looking forward to the creative possibilities that Chef Jordan will be bringing to the Copper Restaurant + Bar.
Thank you to all the Chefs for a fantastic weekend of friendly culinary competition. Thank you to all of our guests who came out Monday night to support the Wright Chef program and to sample each Chef’s carrot creations.
Visit thewrightchef.com for more information on the competition.
John Hammer’s exhibit has been extended into October! If you haven’t walked through the gallery, there is still time to view this remarkable show by a local artist.
“I began tis body of work traveling the back roads and scouring local flea markets. Searching for the tattered to capture. The backgrounds are layered with acrylic paint and then scraped and washed away to create texture, much like the natural progression of nature. Once the painting is complete, marks are applied to the canvas with pastel sticks to create a worn sense of abandonment and age. Old maps are then applied to the surface to add a sense of place. Finally, the art is framed with raw wood and metal roofing screws to pay homage to the materials found in the subjects portrayed.” -John Hammer
This exhibition includes original works by John Hammer as well as a temporary, one of a kind mural painted on gallery wall space.