Thursday, June 8, 2017 (All day) to Thursday, June 22, 2017 (All day)

At OSU Tulsa

"Another way to examine changes made in North Tulsa is through all types of media.  And so the public was invited to create expressions that would be made from many different media - not just photographs.  Although many of the art works in this exhibit are photographs there are paintings and drawings as well and what better place to have an exhibit but Greenwood Avenue. The exhibit is being hosted by OSU-Tulsa who also hosted the first exhibit in 1992 entitled "The North Tulsa Documentary Project" which was curated by David Proeber.  Having the exhibit at OSU-Tulsa  completes the cycle (for now anyway) of comparing what North Tulsa was like in 1992 to 2017- 25 years later to see if any changes were really made by the new Mayor/Council form of government which the voters approved in 1989." - Curator, Steve Liggett

The Examining Change: A Diverse Look at North Tulsa exhibit at OSU-Tulsa (Main Hall, Greenwood side) will be open to the public 7:00am - 9:00pm Mon - Sun starting after the opening on Thursday, June 8 from 7:00-9:00pm. It will be open during Juneteenth for people to view.



 Cover image: "Franklin at Main" by Tom Payne