The latest exhibition at the Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa is ‘Becoming Bob Dylan: Photographs by Ted Russell 1961 – 1964.’
With rare images capturing Bob Dylan’s early years in New York City, Russell’s photographs offer a glimpse into Dylan’s formative period as he emerged as a songwriter and performer in the vibrant folk music scene of New York’s Greenwich Village.
The Bob Dylan Center is dedicated to the study and appreciation of Dylan’s profound impact on American culture. The three-story museum houses a treasure trove of memorabilia spanning Dylan’s seven-decade career.
Visitors can discover 16 dynamic rotating exhibits, a 55-seat screening room and a vast archive with previously unreleased recordings, rare photographs, unseen film performances and more.