The Brady Arts District will keep its name even if it no longer commemorates a Tulsa businessman and founder, Tate Brady. Time moves on and so do the city's art spaces — three exhibits are about to exit the district's most prestigious galleries this weekend. Don’t let them slip by before you’ve had a chance to see what makes them all fascinating and special.
The Hardesty Arts Center, 101 E. Archer St., closes the Fiberworks 2013 show on Friday Aug. 23. This collection in textiles, basketry, soft sculpture, beading, paper, knitting, felting and other media are by members of Fiber Artists of Oklahoma. Read more at www.ahct.org.
The Oh Tulsa! Biennial also closes Friday, Aug. 23. Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E. Brady St., has had this show up all month, and it’s all about Tulsa. If you think you don’t understand art, this show may change your mind. See more at www.livingarts.org.
One of Philbrook Downtown’s inaugural exhibitions, Adolph Gottlieb: Sculptor comes down from the walls at 116 E. Brady St. Gottlieb was best known as an expressionist painter, but he also worked in three dimensions, and this exhibit proves it. For more about this and other collections on display, visit www.philbrook.org.