TULSA – The Woody Guthrie Center is scheduled to unveil its newest exhibit featuring artifacts from the iconic singing trio: The Supremes.
Another behind the scenes look at the Supremes exhibit featuring rare dresses and much more from the personal collection of Ms. Mary Wilson. Curated by the GRAMMY Museum® at L.A. LIVE, this exhibit opens June 16th. Founding Supremes Member Ms. Mary Wilson to appear tomorrow evening - June 15th for intimate interview and Q&A with Center Members and Donors. Don't miss this opportunity! Not a member yet, contact us at the Center - 918-574-2710.
Ms. Mary Wilson, founder of The Supremes, is scheduled to stop by the Woody Guthrie Center (WGC) June 15 to answer questions and talk with center members and donors.
The meet and great is a prelude to the WGC’s upcoming exhibit: Legends of Motown: Celebrating the Supremes. Starting June 16, the exhibit will offer guests the chance to check out rare artifacts from the private collection of Ms. Mary Wilson.
Founding Supremes Member Mary Wilson appears June 15 for intimate interview with members. For info, call us. pic.twitter.com/p7s7KnWtHz
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Until September 25, rare photographs, concert posters, tour books, fan memorabilia and an assortment of gowns will be on display.
The Supremes group, founded in the 1960s, originally included Mary Wilson, Diana Ross and Florence Ballard.