Goff Fest

Goff Fest

Don’t miss the inaugural GOFF Fest, November 4-7 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

GOFF Fest was created to celebrate the life and work of Oklahoma’s unconventional architect, Bruce Goff, whose organic and eccentric designs include the Tulsa Club Hotel, Tulsa’s Boston Avenue United Methodist Church and Riverside Studio, better known as the Spotlight Theatre.

With the generous support of the Tulsa Artist Fellowship, the festival stemmed from the vision of artist Karl Jones who felt Goff’s work was underappreciated and hoped “to share an interest in Bruce Goff’s story with a wider regional and national audience.”

Organized by the Goff Center of the Continuous Present (GCCP)*, the festival will be held in various venues throughout downtown Tulsa and will feature a fundraising event with a silent auction + sneak preview of Britni Harris’ “Goff” documentary + special guest performance by Annie Ellicott with libations and hors d'oeuvres, guided tours of Goff buildings by Tulsa Foundation for Architecture’s president - Ted Reeds, panel discussions, the theatrical premiere of “Goff” documentary, exhibitions, a family festival with live puppet shows, arts and crafting workshops, face-painting, mini-Goff, food and beer trucks, live chalk mural by artist Alexander Tamahn, a VIP brunch, beer tastings, champagne reception and the Goff Ball, a 1931 Beaux Arts Architectural-themed costume contest.

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Cite: "Goff Fest" 04 Nov 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/971168/goff-fest> ISSN 0719-8884

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