Friday, September 8, 2017 - 8:00pm

Since 2008, Poet Deborah J. Hunter has presented Earth Rhythms at Living Arts: connecting place, nature, transformation, healing and subjectivity through artistic self-expression. While this year will be the last program, Earth Rhythms evokes open minds and hearts regarding the language around "Earth" and "Rhythm" through spoken word, voice, instrumentation, and physical interpretation.  

Doors open at 7pm.

$12.00 in advance/$15.00 at the door

$10.00 seniors

Living Arts members: Free



Cover image artwork by: Bernadett Bagyinka


Deborah J. Hunter Bio

Deborah J. Hunter, poet, performance artist and actor, has facilitated poetry workshops and worked as a poet-in-residence in schools and community programs since 1997. She was a 2013 Oklahoma Poet Laureate nominee.  She serves on the Advisory Board of the Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers and was honored to participate in the selection of two of Oklahoma’s Poets Laureate. Deborah’s poetry has appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies. She was presented with the Jingle Feldman Artist Award in 2000. Deborah has been acting in local stage productions since 2000, had a small role in an independent film and performs her one-woman spoken word performance piece, Amazons, Gypsies and Wandering Minstrels to give voice to marginalized women. Hunter, a Behavioral Health Case Manager with Family & Children’s Services, provides outreach services for Tulsa City County Libraries. She is a community activist who advocates for the homeless and those with mental illnesses and was a contributing author to the 2013 academic text, Violence and Abuse in Society: Understanding a Global Crisis with her chapter on the homeless population. She has been selected as one of ten Pinnacle Award winners for 2018 Woman of the Year.