Open Applications 

Please email info@livingarts.org with any further questions related to the following applications:

 

Selection Committee Member Application (2021) 

The Myers Gallery Selection Committee will review applications and make final selections for upcoming exhibitions that will take place in the Myers Gallery of Living Arts of Tulsa. This gallery is the main artistic space of the building. The Myers Gallery committee will meet at a minimum of twice a year, once in the fall and again in the spring to decide on the coming months of exhibitions.

 

Race Massacre Centennial Project Proposal (2021) 

Living Arts of Tulsa currently seeks exhibition and project proposals for June of 2021.

Living Arts presents and develops critically- engaged contemporary art in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We are a platform for evolving ideas and aesthetics, interdisciplinarity, and community empowerment through exhibitions, workshops, performances, films, lectures, and education: engendering artistic integrity and experimentation for a thoughtful and rigorous arts ecology.

Provide the selection committee with an understanding of your artistic practice and how your work connects to the mission of the organization.

 

Flip the Gallery Programming, Artist Application (2021)

Living Arts began "flipping" the gallery during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to encourage students and creatives alike to engage with the arts from their homes. We offer programming online through various platforms as a way to encourage people to create on their own time - in their own space.  Living Arts of Tulsa will be paying artists our standard teaching artist fee of $25/hour for their work on this project. Happy creating!

 

Summer Camp Teaching Artist Application (2021)

Living Arts considers education a vital component of aesthetic experience: shared vocabulary around contemporary art and knowledge production are key qualities of art engagement. Living Arts works with the youth community through free after-school programs, a low-cost summer camp, and in-school residencies in order to explore and produce non-traditional, new genre artistic practices, such as video, performance, and installation. Living Arts employs regional, national, and international teaching artists from a variety of backgrounds.

New Arts Camp will look different this year. We will be functioning in 4 one-week sessions! We are looking for artists to propose a session of camp that will take place in the afternoon from Tuesday to Friday, from 12:30 to 4:30. We want to hear what you think is missing and apply that to our students!

Last year, Living Arts of Tulsa hosted three sessions of camp featuring site-specific works, galaxy camp, and contemporary paint practice.

Teaching artists will receive $500 for facilitating camp in their session. They will also be given a supplies budget of $200 for that session. A full supplies list must be submitted three weeks before their session of camp is set to begin.

 

Living Arts Exhibition Application (2022) 

Living Arts presents and develops critically- engaged contemporary art in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We are a platform for evolving ideas and aesthetics, interdisciplinary and community empowerment through exhibitions, workshops, performances, films, lectures, and education: engendering artistic integrity and experimentation for a thoughtful and rigorous arts ecology.

Provide the selection committee with an understanding of your artistic practice and how your work connects to the mission of the organization.  Exhibitions will be accepted based on committee approval and calendar availability. Our 2021 exhibition calendar is currently full, so you are applying for the 2022 calendar year.