Living Arts of Tulsa Podcast

Panel Discussion For Project Hope, Unity, and Compassion Exhibit--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Channel On Youtube-Link Below

January 23, 2021 Tulsa Podcast Lab
Living Arts of Tulsa Podcast
Panel Discussion For Project Hope, Unity, and Compassion Exhibit--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Channel On Youtube-Link Below
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Living Arts of Tulsa Podcast
Panel Discussion For Project Hope, Unity, and Compassion Exhibit--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Channel On Youtube-Link Below
Jan 23, 2021
Tulsa Podcast Lab


TO WATCH A VIDEO OF THIS INTERVIEW, GO TO INSPIRING CONVERSATIONS PODCAST CHANNEL OR VIEW DIRECTLY AT https://youtu.be/yfWKcz4Nfyw

Jeff sits down with Brandi Ross and Tyler Huffman to hear about their experiences in participating in the recent exhibit at Living Arts, Project Hope, Unity, and Compassion.

EXHIBITION STATEMENT
Throughout history, downtowns and town squares have served as the foundation of society’s freedom of expression and the center of community discourse. Downtown Tulsa is certainly no different. 

At an incredibly tense time in our community, and in the midst of
planning for unprecedented events, we found an opportunity to showcase Downtown Tulsa’s core values on temporary canvases throughout Downtown.

More than 300 artists responded to a last-minute call for art on June 18, 2020. Within hours, commissioned artists began painting storefronts thanks to permission from businesses and the generosity of an anonymous donor. 

Within two days, we were able to mobilize more than a dozen artists to paint murals and messages inspiring hope, unity, and compassion throughout Downtown.

While the storefronts were restored and businesses reopened the following week, the conversations sparked by this art and the core values it represents continue.

Show Notes


TO WATCH A VIDEO OF THIS INTERVIEW, GO TO INSPIRING CONVERSATIONS PODCAST CHANNEL OR VIEW DIRECTLY AT https://youtu.be/yfWKcz4Nfyw

Jeff sits down with Brandi Ross and Tyler Huffman to hear about their experiences in participating in the recent exhibit at Living Arts, Project Hope, Unity, and Compassion.

EXHIBITION STATEMENT
Throughout history, downtowns and town squares have served as the foundation of society’s freedom of expression and the center of community discourse. Downtown Tulsa is certainly no different. 

At an incredibly tense time in our community, and in the midst of
planning for unprecedented events, we found an opportunity to showcase Downtown Tulsa’s core values on temporary canvases throughout Downtown.

More than 300 artists responded to a last-minute call for art on June 18, 2020. Within hours, commissioned artists began painting storefronts thanks to permission from businesses and the generosity of an anonymous donor. 

Within two days, we were able to mobilize more than a dozen artists to paint murals and messages inspiring hope, unity, and compassion throughout Downtown.

While the storefronts were restored and businesses reopened the following week, the conversations sparked by this art and the core values it represents continue.