In partnership with Duet Jazz, Circle Cinema will present the screening of “Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool.
Our team seeks submissions of original artwork from Visual Artists to participate in Little Africa On Fire: an anthology of essays, creative writings, and artworks inspired by the history and photographs of the evolution of Black Wall Street, the 1921 Tulsa Race War, and the ensuing erasure of the tragedy from state records and history books.
A Filmmaker, an Anthropologist and a Sculptor Launch National Tour to Ignite a Conversation Around Black Men and Vulnerability
“Tulsa will always be home for me and the black community still bears the scars of the devastating race riots of 1921,” said Ellison. “Our goal is to create spaces of vulnerability and archive the stories of black men who talk about the masks we wear each day.”
This month, Silhouette Sneakers & Art brought multiple sneaker-cultural experts to Tulsa for an exclusive event and panel discussion for citizens who are seemingly married to their footwear. The atmosphere was laden with sneakers and of art from local artists Alexander Tamahn, Rebekah Campbell McIlwain, and No Parking Studios.
When King learned the woman’s name was Lucille, he named his guitar after her “to remind himself to never fight over a woman or run into a burning building,” the auction house said.
Bates first became motivated to write as a coping mechanism to deal with a traumatic experience he had as a child at age 10. It was an unfortunate moment where he became the witness, nearly, losing his father. The encounter traumatized him to the point of muteness, but that moment, also, triggered an inner force, he had no idea he possessed — a love for the creative arts.
Tenth Installment of Black Wall Street Gallery’s Conciliation Series Features Tailynn Tindall and Taylor Painter-Wolfe
Artistic director Dr. Ricco Wright- “…conciliation suggests mediating between parties at odds with one another. It also allows space for acknowledgment, apology, and reparation.”