Tulsa Artist Fellowship’s First Friday programming continues to bring diverse contemporary
Join us for open studios! Artistic disciplines include photography, poetry, painting, sculpture, graphic novels, multimedia and more.
DENIM DOVES PREVIEW // 6-9PM: Join us to celebrate Tulsa’s theatre scene and the return of Tulsa Artist Fellow Alum Adrienne Dawes (Heckle Her) in preparation for her upcoming play “Denim Doves” presented by American Theatre Company. Programming will include interactive “Wife Stations” and a performance of the first scene and song from “Denim Doves.”
_NEIGHBORS_ // 6-9PM: Tulsa Artist Fellows Anita Fields and Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhrán will be collaborating on the first iteration of _Neighbors
CAMERON READING ROOM LAUNCH // 9PM: View publications featuring works by Tulsa Artist Fellows.
ALEKS SLOTA PERFORMANCE //
First Fridays at Tulsa Artist Fellowship studios are free and open to the public. We welcome people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please email email@example.com or call 918.591.2461. Requests should be made at least one week prior to the event. With the belief that arts are critical to the advancement of cultural citizenship, Tulsa Artist Fellowship supports both local and national artists while enriching the Tulsa community. Tulsa Artist Fellowship is a George Kaiser Family Foundation initiative.
ESTIMATED DAMAGE // PHILBROOK DOWNTOWN // 7 & 8PM
Don’t miss this (danceable) collaborative musical and visual performance between electronic music group Beta Betamax, film composer Rafaël Leloup and Tulsa Artist Fellow Joel Daniel Phillips examining the impacts of the early oil industry in Los Angeles. Performances are at 7 &
NEW GENRE ARTS FESTIVAL // LIVING ARTS // 6-9PM
Tulsa Artist Fellows Moheb Soliman and Lucas Wrench (Friday, April 5 at 6:30PM) are performing within New Genre Arts Festival at Living Arts. New Genre Arts Festival is features three local installation artists, seven performances by local, regional, and national artists, a video lab featuring five video artworks curated by Boston-based curator Maggie Cavallo/CASTLEDRONE; and a Living Arts archive installation. Find out more here.