Ten awardees will receive a total of more than $1.95 million in support and resources in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
How a Group of Navajo Teens Promoted a Re-Telling of History
Decades later, a letter written by the group has resulted in a permanent exhibition at Bosque Redondo Memorial in New Mexico.
Oklahoma’s Beloved Statue of Native American Ballerina Stolen and Sold for $250
A sculpture of Marjorie Tallchief, a ballerina of Osage descent, was stolen from the Tulsa Historical Society and sold for parts to a recycling center.
Kalup Linzy Bought a House and He’s Sharing It With Artists
Queen Rose Art House is newly alive in Tulsa’s historic Kendall Whittier neighborhood.
Tulsa Artist Fellowship Provides Extraordinary Support
The award includes a $40,000 stipend, plus fully subsidized living and studio space for two years in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Tulsa Artist Fellowship Provides Stability With $40,000 Place-Based Award
The two-year fellowship in Tulsa, Oklahoma also includes fully subsidized living and studio spaces for artists and arts workers of any medium or discipline.
The Fault Lines of Freedom, From Juneteenth to Independence Day
Solidarity gestures are trending but as we move from one “Independence Day” to another, will they be accompanied by structural change?
99 Years After the Tulsa Race Massacre, an Artist Reflects
Dear Tulsa, today marks a grim anniversary. Will justice take another hundred years?
Tulsa NoiseFest Goes Virtual With Local Artist-Musicians
Viewers are invited to tune in to the performance series Local Access, featuring experimental artist-musicians in Tulsa, OK every night at 7 pm (CST), May 4–8, 2020.
Let’s All Paws to Write Letters to the Lonely Garden Cats of a Museum
The resident kitties at Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum of Art, Perilla and Cleo, are all alone — you can write them a letter while the museum is closed, and get a reply.
Applications Are Open for the 2020-2021 Tulsa Artist Fellowship
Awards include a $20,000 stipend, fully subsidized living, and studio space within Tulsa’s Arts and Greenwood Districts for one year. Apply by September 6.
The Beautiful and the Damned of Oklahoma!
A rebellious Broadway revival of the 1943 musical brings hatred into the heartland — a stunning indictment of America’s current woes.