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Works by the Tulsa Artist Fellowship

Philbrook presents the first-ever museum exhibition dedicated to works by fellows in the Tulsa Artist Fellowship program. Highlighting a diverse range of media and styles from more than 20 artists, this special exhibition offers viewers a glimpse at compelling, contemporary work being created in Tulsa. It’s new. It’s now. And free admission through the run of the show, thanks to the generosity of the George Kaiser Family Foundation, who also provided support for the exhibition. Guest curated by artist Colin Tuis Nesbit. 

Miranda Brandon,
Cynthia Brown,
Antonius Bui,
Crystal Z. Campbell,
Adam Carnes, 
Emily Chase, 
Jennifer Hope Davy, 
Rena Detrixhe,
Carrie Dickason,
Molly Dilworth,
Anita Fields,
Yatika Starr Fields,
Rachel Hayes,
Akiko Jackson, 
Gary Kachadourian,
Jen Liu,
Megan Mosholder,
Joel Daniel Phillips,
Eric Sall,
Codak Smith,
Arigon Starr,
Tali Weinberg, 
Jave Yoshimoto 
Nathan Young
About The Tulsa Artist Fellowship:
Established by the George Kaiser Family Foundation with the mission to recruit and retain artists to Tulsa, the Tulsa Artist Fellowship (TAF) provides visual and literary artists with the time and space needed to develop ideas, share perspectives and create work.