Works by the Tulsa Artist Fellowship

27 January - 4 March 2018

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.

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.
Philbrook Museum Downtown, 2727 S Rockford Rd, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114
918 749 7941

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Crystal Z Campbell is an UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts MFA Alumna. For more about her work, please visit:

Image Credit:
Crystal Z Campbell in Collaboration with Nathan Young, When the Stars Came Down From Earth, 3'03" Minute Video Loop, Hyper-directional Speaker, 2018.
Video Installation at Philbrook Museum Downtown, Tulsa, OK.
Image is courtesy of Artist Crystal Z Campbell and Tulsa World.

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