This is a growing resource page about Tulsa, the conference venue, how to get there, and what to do when you arrive.

There are so many reasons to get excited about meeting in Tulsa!

Local Guides

The 2022 Local Arrangements Committee has pooled their extensive local knowledge to help you plan your visit.

You’ll find an insiders’ take on where to eat, as well as a round-up of museums and galleries in Tulsa that are sure to interest folklorists, plus other local points of interest, and essential information about local transportation, groceries, and pharmacies.

Tulsa Regional Tourism has also shared resources to help you get out and about.

See TulsaGo, especially their Beginner’s Guide to Tulsa, for more general visitors’ information, like how to get there and find your way around.

Read Oklahoma Literature to Connect Before You Visit

You don’t have to wait to arrive at the AFS Annual Meeting in Tulsa to start learning more about the traditions and perspectives of the diverse communities who live there. Check out this reading list of Oklahoma literature curated especially for folklorists by Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, faculty mentor for The Red Earth Creative Writing MFA @ Oklahoma City University.

The exterior of the Tulsa Hyatt Regency at night: a modern, building of roughly 12 floors, with a taller high-rise in half of the background behind it, and another to the left. A small park with trees and walkways lies in front of the entrance. The background on the right is a featureless inky blue sky.

The Hyatt Regency Tulsa Is the 2022 Conference Hotel

Please see the Hyatt’s website for general information about the hotel.

The Hyatt Regency Tulsa provides a complimentary shuttle for guests to and from the Tulsa airport; call the hotel or see the front desk to schedule your ride.

Tulsa News Clippings

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Supreme Court Ruling on Native American Land

Tulsa Race Massacre

Other Community News and Issues