Join us on February 23rd for an all-day workshop, 10 AM - 4PM with Press Member, Virginia Sitzes! In this workshop, participants will learn a process called "waterless lithography." This process is more intense than paper lithography but not as difficult as traditional stone lithography. Participants will draw onto an aluminum plate, rather than a stone, using water-based materials. While stone lithography is a time-intensive process that takes multiple days, during this workshop participants will learn a much quicker version of this type of printing, while also creating an original edition of their very own art! This is an intermediate printmaking class.
This summertime classic runs nearly a week (Tue.-Sat.) and is designed to emphasize the arts and crafts. Each day will begin with a morning meditation with Murray Watts followed by a day of creating. Guests will select from multiple workshops including ceramics, painting, woodworking, printmaking, acting, and jewelry-making. We may even make lanyards! The evening program will vary from day to day and will include classical performances from our very own house quartet.
Absolutely no sort of artist credentials needed! The retreat is intended to serve people of all levels and abilities (even self-professed “non-artists”).
Here is a complete list of the artists and activities confirmed for this year’s retreat:
Katherine McAlister | Ceramics | web
Casey Johnson | Woodworking | web
Andy Harrison | Acting | web
Monique Sliedrecht | Painting | web
Andy Gullahorn | Songwriting | web
Virginia Sitzes | Printmaking | web
Jim Morris | Jewelry-making | web
During this workshop participants will create multicolored images by putting a twist on traditional printmaking methods! Students will substitute printmaking ink for watercolor palettes mixed with transparent base. This process allows for a free-flowing playful environment which is great for beginners and experienced printers alike. If you've ever been interested in the process of screen printing but haven't had the time or materials to go for it, this workshop is for you.
All tools and materials are provided. Participants are also welcome to bring any fabric that they would like to print such as t-shirts, aprons, pillowcases, or tote bags. Attendees will leave with a basic knowledge of screen printing that can be recreated at home, and several of their own printed designs.
Press member Virginia Sitzes is well-versed in the art of screen printing and makes all kinds of cool clothes with her unique designs! Learn the basics from creating your own design to burning a screen to produce t-shirts in the Artspace studio. Please bring your own t-shirts to print on, Artspace will provide paper for printing in addition to all of your other supplies such as ink and screens.
This exhibition will challenge the long held western conception of a human/nature binary, which positions humans as separate from the nature, and will celebrate humans as both products of and equal participants in our world.
Please join us for the opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, January 4, 2019, held in conjunction with the Tulsa Arts District First Friday Art Crawl. The reception is free and open to the public, so please invite your friends and family to enjoy the exhibit and refreshments. We will have a complimentary limo bus taking guests from the Center for Creativity to the Tulsa Arts District so guests can fully experience the arts in Tulsa.
Come one come all Art Group's second group show!
Prepare for a glorious evening of art, music, and merriment.
This event if FREE and open to the public!
Painting, printmaking, ceramics, book arts, mixed media, sculpture, installation, and more!
Come see over twenty of Oklahoma's emerging artists as they showcase some of their best works.
We will have an affordable "art market" with items ranging from $1-$75, a perfect opportunity to find stocking stuffers or an original work of art for the upcoming holiday season.
Original Flow and the Fervent Route
Prairie Wolf Spirits
COOP Ale Works
Shawn J Perkins -savory
Emma Difani -sweet
Skyline Ink Animators + Illustrators
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Each month, the Equality Center gallery spotlights work by local artists. Meet the artists at our First Thursday gallery opening, 6:00 – 9:00 pm on December 6th. At the end of the opening night reception every month a drawing will be held for a piece of artwork donated by the artist.
Mycah Higley and Virginia Sitzes will be exhibiting a show called “Color’s of Consciousness” a the Tulsa OKEQ Gallery.
The LLYC Alumni Retreat invites LLYC staff and campers from across the years to return to the Canyon for a special retreat weekend at Laity Lodge (Didn’t you always wonder what was going on up there at the Lodge anyway?). Together we’ll enjoy reconnecting with this place and each other. And we’ll continue to imagine what it means to carry camp with us into all our divergent places, relationships, and occupations.
Andy Crouch | Swarthmore, PA |
Alice Rhee | San Antonio, TX |
James McAlister | Los Angeles, CA
Tyler Chester | Los Angeles, CA
David Gungor | New York, NY
Virginia Sitzes | Oklahoma City, OK
Join us this Thursday at the offices of 405 Magazine for wine and spirits to view the beautiful work of Oklahoma artist Virginia Sitzes. Fresh copies of the November Food Issue of 405 Magazine will be on hand, as well as treats from featured restaurants including The Metro, Winston, Eddie's, Ned's Starlight Lounge, Bistro 22, Gogi Go, Wheelhouse Pizza Kitchen, Bar Arbolada, and more!
Join us on October 26th from 7-10 PM for the Exquisite Corpse All Hallow's Eve Celebration and Auction! You will be immersed in a ghostly evening including art, music, food, drink, games, auctions, and much more! This event not only celebrates the Exquisite Corpse Exhibition, but is Artspace's primary fundraising event.
This creative evening transforms the traditional fundraiser into an out of this world celebration with palm readers, sword swallowers, singing corpses, photo-ops, a screening of the Rocky Horror Picture Show and more! Come have your fortune told while supporting and expanding Artspace's mission of providing innovative contemporary art to the public and educational programming to OKC students through our Mentorship Program.
Attendees will receive a special preview of Artspace’s Exquisite Corpse Exhibition, which follows the spirit of collaboration and inventiveness of the surrealist movement by bringing together Oklahoma’s art community for an assembled-art experience. Over 60 local artists collaborated to bring the Exquisite Corpse Exhibition to life.
During this half-day workshop participants will create multicolored images by putting a twist on traditional printmaking methods! Students will substitute printmaking ink for watercolor palettes mixed with transparent base. By pushing the watercolor through a stencil, colors will combine, creating a range of tones and hues. After a day with Virginia, participants will be able to take their knowledge beyond our studio and recreate this method at home. Open to ages 14 and older.
In this workshop, participants will learn the process of reduction screen printing which is a great technique to learn for those who want to be able to print at home. No dark room required! Enjoy the day in our print studio as you learn how to use your screen, drawing fluid, screen filler, and different types of inks.
All tools and materials are provided. Participants will leave with their own 5 color print! Please bring a lunch or snacks as this is an all-day workshop. Open to ages 12 and older.
Art Group is a collective of emerging artists in the OKC metro area who have gathered to create a community centered around discussing and creating contemporary art. We believe art has the power to change not only individuals, but communities at large! Our first debut show will be April 14th in the Skyline Ink building. This grand evening will include live music from The Panhandlers and Annie Oakley, work from over 15 emerging local artists, refreshments from Prairie Wolf Spirits, food from Prefix (aka Shawn J Perkins), and more. Please join us for this FREE event filled with art, music, and community gathering!
Find out more information and receive updates on our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/194387741292519/ !
In this workshop, Virginia will lead an exploration in the process of using different materials to create unique designs that will be used for screen-printing. Participants will experiment with material such as watercolor, paint pens, various types of inks, bleach, and even mascara! This process allows for a free-flowing playful environment which is great for beginners and experienced printers alike. If you've ever been interested in the process of screen printing but haven't had the time or materials to go for it, this workshop is for you.
Attendees will leave with a basic knowledge of screen printing, and several of their own printed designs. We encourage you to take the Monotype Workshop on Saturday, Feb. 3rd as a precursor to this workshop, but it is not required.
All tools and materials are provided. Participants are also welcome to bring any fabric that they would like to print such as t-shirts, aprons, pillowcases, or tote bags. Please bring a lunch or snacks as this is an all-day workshop. Open to ages 14 and older.
This workshop is designed for anyone who has an interest in printmaking and wants to learn more. Participants will learn how to use different ink viscosities to create interesting monotype prints and will leave with several original art pieces. As a bonus, you can bring your completed prints back to use as backgrounds for Virginia's Experimental Screen Printing workshop on the following Saturday!
Participants will learn how to:
- Operate the etching press without assistance
- Have a thorough understanding of studio equipment and tools
- Blend/mix a palette of inks to desired consistency
- Plan a composition on the printing matrix using learned fundamentals
- Effectively work on several monotypes at a time
- Demonstrate numerous ink/mordant or physical effects in monotypes
- Produce subjective imagery in multiple layer formats
The opening will be First Friday in the Paseo! There will be complimentary wine, live music by local band Judith, and a short story discussion group led by librarian Leanne Brooks.
The Yellow Wallpaper Art Show at The Paseo Plunge will showcase art that features women dealing courageously with mental illnesses, learning to trust their own inner voice despite louder (and usually male) voices of authority.
The holidays and (maybe colder weather?) are upon us!
Come hangout and see all the latest pieces I have been working on the past few months. There will be prints, paintings, shirts/sweatshirts, etc.. You may even find a last minute Christmas gift ;)
Also included will be drinks, snacks, music, a miniature Christmas tree, and a funky fresh raffle prize.
The year is coming to a close, so we're going out strong with an enormous artist showcase! Join us on the 2nd Friday Art Walk for REBEL REBEL, a one-night exhibition featuring fine art, performances, and vendors from Oklahoma and nationwide! Everyone is invited to come out, party and enjoy an extraordinary exhibition by some exceptional artists!