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This Land is Your Land Photo Contest Winner

Congratulations to our photo contest winner, Bret Bradford from Catoosa, Oklahoma. Voters on Facebook appreciated the way this reflects the spirit of the Brady Arts District, Woody’s new neighborhood. This photo will be exhibited in the Woody Guthrie Center until August 22nd, and Bret will receive a membership to the WGC for his work. Thanks […]

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The Archives Welcomes Our 2014 Fellowship Recipient

The Woody Guthrie Archives welcomes our 2014 Woody Guthrie Fellowship recipient Dr. Will Kaufman. Kaufman is Professor of American Literature and Culture at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston, England. He is the author of the book, Woody Guthrie, American Radical, has performed live musical documentaries on Guthrie’s life around the world, and was […]

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“This Land” Photo Contest

  Woody said “All you can write is what you see.” He wrote about the people and places he encountered all the way from the hills of Oklahoma to the streets of New York City.  His most famous song “This Land is Your Land” details both the beauty and injustice he witnessed happening to the American […]

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Welcoming Our New Interns

We would like to welcome our two new interns to the Woody Guthrie Archives: Melissa Kunz, who is earning her Masters of Library and Information Science Degree from the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma; and Kelsey Gulliver, who is earning her degree in Communications with a minor in Museum Studies from John Brown University, Arkansas. Both […]

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Support Red Dirt Relief Fund

The Woody Guthrie Center is proud to be a partner in this project to promote affordable healthcare for everyone and assist the many musicians who require care during times of need.  To help address this problem, more than 50 Oklahoma musicians joined the Red Dirt Rangers and legendary producer Steve Ripley last March in Tulsa to […]

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