Julie Clark Unearths The Art & Soul of a City

Editor’s note: This week, guest blogger Julie Clark shares her connection to Tulsa’s architectural gem, Will Rogers College High School. Clark is one of the featured artists on the 2016 Tulsa Art Studio Tour. For […]

Meet Jessie

This following blog post was written by Art Focus Oklahoma contributor Olivia Biddick:

Meet Jessie

Jessie Mahon is an artist in many ways. She is a recent graduate of the University of Oklahoma’s School of Drama, […]

East 35th Street House Show, by Krystle Brewer

Project: In partnership with J. Hinkle, East 35th Street House Show is a popup exhibition/house concert in a vacant duplex in Tulsa. Featuring artwork by ten current Tulsa residents and the music will be […]

America Meredith: Momentum Tulsa 2015 Curator

Our guest curator for Momentum Tulsa 2015 is America Meredith from Santa Fe, NM.

Meredith is a Swedish-Cherokee artist, editing publisher, independent curator, and educator living in Santa Fe, New Mexico. An enrolled member of the Cherokee […]

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    Conceptual Photography: Brooke Golightly Tulsa Art Studio Tour Artist

Conceptual Photography: Brooke Golightly Tulsa Art Studio Tour Artist

This guest post, by OVAC intern Jessica Legako, is part of our series leading up to the Tulsa Art Studio Tour featuring artists on the Tour, April 11-12. More info at www.TulsaArtStudioTour.org

Brooke Golightly is a […]

Reflections on Momentum Spotlight: BJ Zorn Sneed

This blog post is by OVAC Intern Lauren Rosenfelt.

BJ Zorn Sneed, one of Momentum Tulsa’s Spotlight Artists, expresses her views on her experience as an artist in the Spotlight.

Lauren Rosenfelt: Do you feel being […]

12×12 artist Yvonne Kauger

Today we feature the work of our 12×12 Art Fundraiser Artist Yvonne Kauger.

Yvonne Kauger is a fourth generation Oklahoman from Colony, Oklahoma, who serves the State of Oklahoma as a Justice on the Oklahoma […]

Sharing Jason Willaford’s Vinyls with Skeptical Teens

By guest blogger Lucie Smoker

“Why?” asked Fourteen when I suggested we stop to look at art.

Eighteen, the graduate, knew better than protest. He pulled up directions on his GPS. “Traffic. Mom, you shouldn’t be […]

OVAC Intern Profile: Alex Roy

This is a guest post by one of our current spring interns, Alexandra Roy. Alex shares her unique perspective as an intern.

I applied to be an intern with OVAC having absolutely no experience with […]

Making Memories, Making Connections: OVAC’s Fall 2013 Interns

The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition serves artists and the art community in a variety of ways. This includes assisting eager artists and arts advocates who seek to become more deeply connected to Oklahoma’s art […]