THE UNVARNISHED TRUTH
LOCAL BLACK ARTISTS GIVE THEIR IMPRESSIONS ON THE 1921 MASSACRE
Strong works by: Don Thompson, Marsha Francine Campbell, Alex Tamahn, Gay Pasley, Yusuf Etudaiye, poetry by Barbara Eikner, Curated by Steve Liggett
Reservations required for the opening.
Don Thompson and Barbara Eikner will have their books for sale and will be signing them at the opening
Opens Friday, May 7, 6-9pm
Continues through June 1. All work will be available online for purchase as well at in-gallery.
CLOSING RECEPTION: Tues, June 1st, 5-6pm.
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.