Living Arts of Tulsa hosted its annual Champagne and Chocolate benefit Feb. 27 with limited in-person opportunities and virtual experiences. 

A member showcase featured 24 artists with more than 100 works in genres ranging from woodworking to painting. Local artist Connie Segall was featured as the 2021 honoree. 

Programming ranged from live performance art to a fashion show showcasing the Tulsa arts community. Online catalogs were provided for the member showcase and the event’s silent auction. 

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