Oh, Tulsa is a Living Arts' biennial that celebrates visual, performance, literary, sound, video, and installation art for the Tulsa community. Eligible work includes: Tulsa residents, artists who have lived in Tulsa, and artwork dealing with Tulsa's past/present/future. This year, the exhibition will be juried by Tulsa-born curator and artist, Julie Niemi.

8.9.19 Opening reception with curatorial talk

8.29.19 Exhibition closes

 

Would you like to volunteer for the biennial? Email info@livingarts.org !

 

Selected Artists: 

Nancy Andrasko, Kristi Arnold, Bea Baker, Marjorie Bontemps, Cynthia Brown, Jack Bryant, Neil Cluck, Amanda Cole, Elizabeth Downing, Dan Farnum, Ashlyn Faulkner, Scott Goodpaster, Mark Grosserode, Karl Hartman, Rachel Hayes, Rusty Johnson, Karl Jones, Walt Kosty, Allyson Kotarsky, MC Lafayette, Steve Liggett, Cynthia Marcoux, Andrea Martin, Jacob Muselmann, Andrew Nichols, Taylor Painter-Wolfe, Patty S. Porter, Tasha Powell, Angela Reneau, Rita Rowe, Erica Royal, Don Rush, Linda Shackelford, Ann Shannon, Jennifer Swift, Jim Terrell, Robin Tilly, Monte Toon, Cecilia Villalobos, Allison Ward, Pam Watson, Maddy Witt, Dean Wyatt

Oh, Tulsa! Sponsor Levels

$125
Invitation to preview party
Visual acknowledgement at the exhibition
$250
Logo or name acknowledged on website (list number of views per month)
Invitation to preview party
Visual acknowledgement at the exhibition
$500
Naming opportunity of secondary curator's award
Acknowledgement in Facebook post (list number of followers)
Logo or name acknowledged on website (list number of views per month)
Invitation to preview party
Visual acknowledgement at the exhibition
$1,000 +
Oh, Tulsa! gift bag with locally made goods and gift cards
Naming opportunity of primary curators prize for art
Acknowledgement in Facebook post (list number of followers)
Logo or name acknowledged on website (list number of views per month)
Invitation to preview party
Visual acknowledgement at the exhibition
Julie Niemi is an independent curator, writer, and editor. Through research, design, writing, and exhibition making, Julie creates projects that are material ruminations on underrepresented, or minor histories, in the United States that have potential to bring forth new proposals for community-building and conversation.
Previously, she was an Assistant Curator at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, where she co-curated The Autotopographers (2019). Currently, she co-runs Diagram Press out of Milwaukee, WI and is the recipient of a grant from Foundation for Arts Initiatives for her ongoing research on Tolstoy College, an anarchist educational community active at the University at Buffalo in the 1970s and '80s. In 2017, she received an M.A. from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.
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