Occupied and Latino in Tulsa

An experience of art.

Photo by Rodolfo Sosa Cordero Camacho. Image courtesy Living Arts of Tulsa.

Photo by Rodolfo Sosa Cordero Camacho. Image courtesy Living Arts of Tulsa.

Opening Friday, May 2

Explore Tulsa’s diversity at Living Arts of Tulsa Friday, May 2, when it opens two shows featuring works by Latino artists. Occupied: Narciso Argüelles brings Oklahoma City artist Arguelles to Tulsa. His mixed media work (which has been shown in New York City, Australia and South Africa) examines “the American Dream” and issues of identity and access past and present. Latino in Tulsa: A Bi-cultural Experience is a curated show presenting the diversity of perspective and artistic voices in the city’s Latino community. Look for work by M. Teresa Valero, Winston Peraza, Christina Prado, José Antonio Pantoja Hernández and others during this opening event that includes poetry, artist discussions, theatrical presentations, dance and more beginning at 5:45 p.m. For more, visit www.livingarts.org.