She Makes Art
Reservations required for the opening.
Opens Second Friday, March 12, 5-9pm
Continues Through Saturday, April 3, 2021
All work will be available online for purchase as well at in-gallery.
GALLERY HOURS AFTER OPENING: THURS 5-8PM, SAT 1-5PM
MASKS REQUIRED. SOCIAL DISTANCING IN PLACE
Liggett Studio is a located at 314 S Kenosha, Tulsa, OK 74120 in heart of the "Off-Brady" East End Village District.
As we enter the Age of Aquarius, Liggett Studio is pleased to present a new twist to the Tulsa Women’s Exhibit for March with entries by Tulsa area visual and performance artists who identify themselves as women.
Many thanks to our Sponsor for this event: Sharon King Davis
Juror for Visual Art entries bio: Linda Stilley, noted artist and arts educator in our community, will be our judge. Linda’s work ranges from mixed media collage works to raku ceramic works. She has a Master of Teaching Arts degree. She states: “I’m looking for artworks that show me someone that has looked into themselves and expressed it -authenticity to self and her surroundings. I’m interested in experimentation in a well-crafted work.”
My Nest by Cathryn Thomas
SHE PERFORMS: CONCURRENT
Curated by Alicia Chesser
Night 1: March 26, 7pm.
Night 2: March 27, 7pm.
In-person AND Live-streamed. $10
As part of the SHE PERFORMS series: What leaves and what returns. What links us together when we're on our own. What pulses under the skin, across the wires, inside earth and bones and waves. From iconic 1980s choreography to contemporary movement to folkloric processional to a pas de trois with a computer and a plant — Concurrent is an evening of dance and biosensory sound technology, celebrating what moves between us. Curated by Alicia Chesser.
"Tulsa danst Rosas" after Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker
"Witness" by Tyne Shillingford"Concurrent" by Alicia Chesser + The New Honey Shade
"Kala" by Alicia Chesser
Juror for Performance entries bio: Amber Whitlatch is a Tulsa-based arts marketer who has almost three decades experience as a non-profit theatre company and live performance venue owner, the Nightingale Theatre. She says: "Now is the time to tell our stories. Live performance has the power to create symbiosis between artists and audience, forming a relationship-building feedback loop that informs and empowers our community. I want to see, hear and feel the stories that connect us as women, and as humans."
If you would like to view this performance online as a ticket holder, you will receive an email with a link to the live stream, plus the password to access the site. The video will also be available after the live stream to ticket holders.
In-person Tickets for Nights 1 & 2 are sold out! But you may still purchase tickets for the live-streaming events.