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This First Friday is all about community building at Tulsa Artist Fellowship! Join us for open studios and community-minded collaborative programming.

PROGRAMMING:

Julie Alpert leads a 15ft collaborative coloring project in the Archer entrance. We invite community members of all ages to join in. You can also create and walk away with your own mini collage souvenir using Julie’s custom collage materials.
Location: Archer Studios First Floor Entrance

Don’t miss Double Dutch Empire at Tulsa Artist Fellowship. Tulsa Artist Fellow Karl Jones brings his NYC arts community
to Tulsa for an interactive and performance experience for all.
Performance Times + Locations
// Archer Terrace: 6 to 8PM
10-Minute Skill Shows at 6:30PM & 7:30PM
// Archer Alley: 8 to 9PM
10-Minute Skill Show at 8:30PM

Tulsa Artist Fellow Lucas Wrench presents Margaritaville 2049: Enjoy an evening of smooth tunes and sweet melodies by your favorite local acts.
Featuring!
// Music videos by Tulsa Artist Fellow Edgar Fabián Frías including popular hits such as THIS VIDEO IS A SPELL: Your Mutant Powers Will Save Your Life, TATEIHARAMARAKAUYUMARI, and more!
// A special keynote presentation by Lucas Wrench
// Special Guest! Muscogee Creek Diva Sensation Elisa Harkins!
// And our headlining act, EXPECT >>> !
In their first collaboration, interdisciplinary artists Thaddeus Pedisich and Carl Antonowicz create a sound based performance using salvaged materials found on the street and by the railroad tracks to create makeshift instruments. Producing a dissonant and improvisational soundscape, the pair conjure a post-industrial wasteland populated by future scavengers, picking through their ancestors’ detritus to create ritual noise rites. Ear plugs recommended. Refreshments provided.
// Performance begins at 7PM
// Location: Archer Studios Freight Elevator

Also, don’t miss Tulsa Noise Fest 2019 and the Sextet Photography Show happening at our Cameron Studios!

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Free and open to all.

We welcome people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please email caroline@tulsaartistfellowship.org or call 918.591.2461.

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 civic enhancement intiative of the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

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