Meet the Makers: Tulsa Artists Open Studio Doors
TULSA –The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) invites the public to see the creative process of local artists in the upcoming Tulsa Art Studio Tour, to be held October 21-22 from noon until 5 p.m. each day. Twenty-five artists in 6 studios open their doors, allowing visitors an exclusive look at how art is made.
For the art curious, the Tulsa Art Studio Tour is a unique chance to see artists in their working space, talk with them about their creations, as well as view and buy artwork. The featured artists are eager to answer questions from visitors about their ideas and techniques. The self-guided tour is presented by OVAC, helping artists statewide realize their potential through education, exposure, and funding.
The artists work in a variety of styles and studio spaces, including painting, photography, installation, sculpture and more! 2017 Tour featured artists include:
Western Doughty 9 East 4th Street
Whitney Forsyth 8920 West 51st Street
Krista Mustain & Sarah Sullivan 3504 East Haskell Place Tulsa Artist Fellowship 109 North MLK Boulevard 303 North Main Street
Urban Art Lab 2312 East Admiral
Passports to the Tour are $5 in advance and $10 at the studios during the event. Attendance is free for children ages 16 and under. Passports are available online at www.TulsaArtStudioTour.org or by phone at (405) 879-2400.
Visitors who get their passport stamped at all 6 artist studios during the tour dates will be registered to win a door prize from local businesses such as 108|Contemporary, Circle Cinema, Philbrook Museum of Art, and Vintage 1740.
The Tulsa Art Studio Tour is sponsored by the Oklahoma Arts Council; TPSi; the George Kaiser Family Foundation, WPX Energy, Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Third Floor Design, among others. OVAC is an Allied Arts member agency.
For more information about the Tulsa Art Studio Tour visit www.TulsaArtStudioTour.org.
$5 in advance, $10 at event.
Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition
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