THE UNVARNISHED TRUTH - BLACK LOCAL ARTISTS GIVE THEIR IMPRESSIONS ON THE 1921 MASSACRE
Strong works by: Don Thompson, Faida Campbell, Alex Tamahn, Gay Pasley, & Yusuf Etudaie with poetry by Barbara Eiker. Curated by Steve Liggett
Reservations required for the opening.
Opens Friday, May 7, 6-9pm
Continues Through Saturday, June 1. 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.
In response to the 1921 Massacre, 100 years ago, Liggett Studio will present an exhibition of new artworks created by Tulsa African-American Artists. We asked them to: TELL THE WORLD THROUGH YOUR 4-5 ARTWORKS HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED 100 YEARS AGO WITH THE EVENT CALLED THE "1921 TULSA RACE MASSACRE". And the exhibit will be their expressions.