From fashion and found photos to recipes and oral histories, what is worth remembering? How do we choose what we save?
This event will explore the ways we remember, create meaning, and tell stories through the ephemera we keep and leave behind.
Friday, March 8
6:00 Doors | 7:00 Talk Begins
*Reception and Presentation with Stuart Hinds, curator from the Gay and Lesbian Archives of Mid America (GLAMA). Selected items from the archive will be on display.
Saturday, March 9
12:00pm Doors Open | 1:00 Event Begins
An artist, oral historian, and chef join us to talk about non-traditional methods of documenting and passing on our histories.
*Gallery Talk by photographer Michaela O’Brien
*Presentation by Sarah Milligan, Head of the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program
*Living Arts Archive Display
*Discussion of food preservation and fermentation as memory and heritage
FREE and open to the public. Co-sponsored by Oklahoma Center for the Humanities and Living Arts of Tulsa.