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The patience for borrowing

Susan Orlean on why libraries matter

‘Go to the words’

Rilla Askew talks literary Oklahoma and writerly advice

Many hands make art work

Black Wall Street Gallery offers a new kind of ‘conciliation’

Bucking stereotypes

‘Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo’ challenges Western status-quo

Thrill of the hunt

Filmmaker John Swab, clean and sober, imagines Tulsa as an industrial wasteland

The dialogue goes both ways

EXCHANGE Choreography Festival promises a frank look at the art of dance

Glazed and improved

TAC Gallery will exhibit Austin Navrkal sculptures in July

Go your own way

Ahha’s ‘The Experience’ is an immersive playground for artists and the public


108 Contemporary’s new show pulls at a divisive thread

Boundary crossing

Black Moon Collective unites local black artists

Transgressive waves

Tulsa Noisefest promises two evenings of challenging sound art

A delicate act

Tulsa Artist Fellows present ‘Variations on the Theme of Loss’

Time for irreverence

Bill Burr on not being an asshole, ‘F Is for Family,’ and why he loves the Brady Theater

Cultivating imagination

‘Fisherman’s Blues’ is an immersive journey into Senegal

Empathic spaces

New Genre Arts Festival restructures

Voices in your head

A conversation with writer Brandon Hobson

That which is within you

A conversation with George Saunders

A space of one’s own

Women artists are making room for themselves—and you

Front row, center

Tulsa’s 2018 winter & spring performing arts guide

Formerly fringe

Local comedians on where their scene is headed next
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