Art that Makes You Talk
2023 Exhibition Calendar
Gabriel Rojas & Michael Palazzo
Champagne & Chocolate Member Show
Black Moon, Community Art Home, & VNICEWORLD
the past, including collaborative projects. Their work finds
no limit to where art can go: from paint, to 3D form, audio, fabric, film, etc.
Liz Dueck & Joshua Harris
Beyond the Whitewash
Beyond the Whitewash is a collection of mixed media works by a racially mixed
group of artists who bring their unique perspectives to the complex,
interconnected, and nuanced issue of racism. The exhibition allows us to be
present with others while looking directly at the systems and structures of power
that have created and maintained oppressive systems of inequality. A platform
where diverse voices can be heard and represented together is a powerful
reminder that we are all connected. Our collective stories can be used to create
connection, understanding, and solidarity.
This exhibition is made possible by the ongoing support of the Tulsa Artist
Fellowship and OVAC Thrive Grants Program in partnership with the Andy
Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Oh, Tulsa! Biennial
Protection: Adaptation & Resistance
Protection: Adaptation and Resistance is a nationally touring exhibit of artwork by contemporary Indigenous and non-Native Alaska allies in response to the pandemic, planetary collapse, and assaults on human rights.
Energized by movements for social justice, concerned about climate change and its effects on cultural survival, and sobered by the impacts of COVID-19, Bunnell Street Arts Center (Homer, Alaska) presents a touring visual art exhibit addressing the themes of protection for body, mind, and spirit through forms of artistic adaptation and resistance. The exhibit features graphic and wearable art, sculpture, and songs featuring contemporary and customary approaches. The exhibit sparks connection and dialogue concerning cultural preservation and adaptation and learning from Indigenous cultures to create positive and sustainable futures.