Tulsa, Okla. – Oklahoma Historical Society officials announced the selection of Nabholz as the next step in building the Oklahoma Museum of Pop Culture. Nabholz will construct the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture in Tulsa, across the street from the historic Cain’s Ballroom, known as “The Home of Bob Wills.”
Tulsa-based Lilly Architects and Overland Partners of San Antonio, Texas designed the facility. The OKPOP Museum will be dedicated to telling the story of the creativity of Oklahoma’s people and their influence on popular culture around the world. The OKPOP staff is actively collecting artifacts, photographs, archival materials, film, video and audio recordings that represent Oklahoma’s creative history.
OKPOP will break ground early fall of 2018 and open in 2020.
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For more on OKPOP, visit http://www.okpop.org/