Some of Tulsa’s finest creative expressions will be under one roof for the Oh, Tulsa! Biennial Exhibition at Living Arts of Tulsa.
“Play Ball,” a watercolor by Tulsan Anke Dodson. Dodson will participate in the 2017 Oh, Tulsa! exhibition at Living Arts.
Some of Tulsa’s finest creative expressions will be under one roof for the Oh, Tulsa! Biennial Exhibition at Living Arts of Tulsa. Artists with a connection to the city provided proposals ranging from performance art to paintings, and Kirsten Olds, a professor at the University of Tulsa, curated the final collection.
Unlike past years, the 2017 exhibition has no formal theme. The planning committee and Community Organizer Grace Grothaus Grimm are instead looking for each artist’s best work, says Laura Eccles, interim operations manager at Living Arts.
The opening reception is 6 p.m., Aug. 4, as part of the First Friday Art Crawl in the Brady Arts District. The collection can be viewed Aug. 4-25 at Living Arts, 307 E. M. B. Brady St., during normal gallery hours. Admission is free.