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Liz Blood: “Creative Field Guide for Northeast Oklahoma”

Rafael Corzo: Artistic programming for Tulsa’s Latino community

Shane Darwent: “Cycling Through the Gap: Cycling Through the Past, Present and Future of North Tulsa”

Kristi Eaton: “Greeting from Tulsa,” Stories about and Resources for Finding a Home in the Heartland

Anita Fields & Yatika Fields: “War Club”, indigenous arts and activism program series

Juliana Goodman: “Before,” literary magazine and mentoring program for incarcerated Oklahomans

Elisa Harkins: “Six Moons”, an indigenous concert series

Joy Harjo: “We were there when jazz was invented: Jazz of the peoples of the southeastern indigenous people”

Karl Jones: “Goff-Fest” festival to celebrate the life and work of the architect Bruce Goff

Quraysh Ali Lansana: “The Namesake Project”, community education project

Kalup Linzy: “Queen Rose Art House”, artist residence / performance platform / social space

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