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Alicia Chesser

Make your own megaphone

Whitty Books celebrates the zine scene

On a mission

‘Book of Mormon’ actor returns to Tulsa in leading role

There, here

A US/Mexico performance collaboration brings it all back home

Lineage and legacy

Three generations of ‘The Nutcracker’

Little Jam, big impact

New music series sweetens the pot for beleaguered school music programs

Decolonizing death

Tulsa’s Day of the Dead Festival builds a bridge, not a wall

To see the world anew

‘Tour de Quartz’ brings local student artwork to Gilcrease Museum

Solidarity from afar

JustHope provides a local base for sustainable global partnership in Nicaragua

A soft place to land

Sanctuary families give asylum seekers an overdue welcome

‘All about the echoes’

Mary Kathryn Nagle’s revolutionary Native storytelling

Face to face

Adam Murphy’s portraits reveal the human dimension of Iron Gate’s mission to feed the hungry

More than a movie

Circle Cinema celebrates 90 years of diversity and community

Go your own way

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

Process-driven play

Gilcrease Museum’s Drop-In Studio makes the creative experience accessible

Monster in the sky

Tulsa musicians chase twisters with ‘An Oklahoma Tornado Story’

Of the earth

Rena Detrixhe layers history and gesture in a monumental meditation

Turn on, tune in

KOSU hybrid radio show celebrates Tulsa-connected creative treasures

Empathic spaces

New Genre Arts Festival restructures

From the heart

Feminine leadership gathering acknowledges strength in community

A space of one’s own

Women artists are making room for themselves—and you
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