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Molly Murphy Adams

Molly Murphy Adams bases her work on concepts of hybridization, pairing the needlework techniques of beadwork and embroidery with printmaking and paper media. Murphy Adams’ work illustrates the [...]

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Lucas Wrench

Lucas Wrench is a 2019 Tulsa Artist Fellow. He’s previously worked as manager of public programs at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, OK, as the Kress Interpretive Fellow at the Philbrook Museum in [...]

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Sarah Burney

Sarah Burney is an independent curator, writer, and special-projects manager with a focus on South Asian and Middle Eastern contemporary art, emerging NYC artists and contemporary printmaking. [...]

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Karl Jones

Karl Jones is a writer, editor, performer and visual artist. Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma he now lives in Brooklyn, New York making performance and visual work while writing and editing [...]

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Liz Blood

Liz Blood is an essayist, journalist, and editor whose work focuses on place, memory, contemporary art, and social justice. Her work has appeared in HuffPost, Sierra, Oklahoma Today, AWP Writer’s [...]

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Naima Lowe

Naima Lowe comes from a long line of Black people who make things. She’s got parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and great-great-great grandparents who are musicians, fashion designers, [...]

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M. Molly Backes

M. Molly Backes is the author of the young adult novel The Princesses of Iowa (Candlewick Press, 2012), which was named Chicago Public Library’s Best of the Best Fiction for Teens (2013), Forever [...]

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Hoesy Corona

Hoesy Corona is an uncategorized artist working across media. Corona has shown compelling works and inventive sculptures fitted to the human body internationally in Greece, France, and the USA at [...]

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Richard Zimmerman

Richard Zimmerman, b. 1981, lives and works in New York. He earned an MFA in Studio Art from Cornell University and a BFA in Painting from Pratt Institute. While at Cornell University, he was a [...]