Very Long Night



Image courtesy of Living Arts of Tulsa.
Image courtesy of Living Arts of Tulsa.

Opens Friday, Feb. 7

Artist Maria Velasco was inspired by Juan Velasco’s haunting book The Massacre of the Dreamers to such an extent that she visualized the story of children escaping reality and a very real danger into a collection of graphite drawings, large-scale digital prints and experimental animation. Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E. Brady St., exhibits this work under the collective title Very Long Night. The exhibit opens Thursday, Feb. 7, but the gallery will hold an opening reception from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, for the Brady Arts District First Friday Art Crawl. Very Long Night remains on display through March 27. For more visit,


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