From the Tulsa Race Massacre to an indigenous mural series, get to know the artists and projects to receive the $25,000 Tulsa Artist Fellowship Arts Integration Awards“Connected Pathways” by visiting artist Nani Chacon is part of the Indigenous Mural Series, an Arts Integration Award project led by Yatika Starr Fields.
[Photo by Melissa Lukenbaugh]TULSA – The Tulsa Artist Fellowship, an initiative of the George Kaiser Family Foundation, has announced six recipients for the 2020-2021 Arts Integration Award.
Arts Integration Awards are project-based and reviewed by a panel of regional arts and socially engaged professionals.
Selected proposals were determined focusing on the impact projects will have on the Tulsa and Greater Oklahoma communities prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources provided through this award will extend and deepen the community engagement initiatives of Tulsa Artist Fellows in Tulsa, in addition to supporting the development of new artistic works.