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AHHA Visual Art Residency | Hardesty Arts Center

Non-member

The AHHA Resident Visual Artist program fosters visual art-making, direct engagement, collaboration and partnerships. Meaningful connections between AHHA and diverse audiences are nurtured and supported. All Resident Visual Artists are considered a vital part of the AHHA community and its programming.

Artists are chosen through a panel selection process. The panel is made up of artists, curators and other arts professionals from Tulsa and elsewhere. Individual artists may submit proposals to become a Resident Artist by completing an online form at ahhatulsa.org. Proposals are accepted from US and non-US artists. Artists incorporating both traditional and new mediums are encouraged to apply. Mediums must be principally visual, but other arts mediums may be incorporated into the artist’s work. Such mediums may include, but are not limited to, spokenword, music and other sound, dance, film and theatre.

Location

Tulsa, Oklahoma: United States

Local and visiting artists create atop a four story visual art center in the heart of the new Brady Arts District in downtown Tulsa. Local artists rent studios located side by side with live/work spaces for visiting artists. Studios surround a common space designed to inspire incidental collaboration and interaction between local, national and international artists. Each studio looks out onto a green roof and the urban landscape beyond. Artists have access to state-of-the-art 2, 3 and 4D classrooms, a darkroom, and media lab.

Contact Information

101 E Archer St
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103
United States
Tel: 918 584 3333