If you missed the 5×5 pick up days, you may pick up your purchases beginning Friday, June 2, 6pm
Join us May 26-28 for Three Live Interactive Performances:
Life in Clouds: Chaos, Coteries and Chairs
an audience interactive performance
written and directed by Michael Wright
Friday, May 26,Saturday, May 27, Sunday May 28
All shows begin at 7 pm
This event is free and open to the public.
Seating is limited. It is recommended that audience members arrive at least 15 minutes before show time.
Opening Friday, June 2, 2017 at TAC Gallery:
Storm and Cinder – David Morrison
Opening Friday, June 2, 2017 at AHHA:
The Tulsa Artists’ Coalition’s Annual Members Show
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The Tulsa Artists’ Coalition (TAC) is a volunteer-run, nonprofit organization of artists and art supporters, formed to encourage and support emerging and established contemporary artists, and to foster the development of new forms and multidisciplinary work in Tulsa and surrounding communities. TAC is supported through grants, art sales, and membership dues.
The TAC Gallery
Long ago, TAC decided that the best way to support artists was to provide them with a venue to display quality, contemporary art—especially work which may not otherwise have a home in a traditional commercial gallery. As a result, we created the TAC Gallery, which since 1996 has resided in its current location in the heart of downtown Tulsa’s Brady Arts District.
Each year, the TAC Gallery hosts approximately ten month-long shows by artists in a variety of media and 1-2 group shows.
We consider memberships to be our most important means of support. As a member of TAC, you are an instrumental part of our mission and have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to support contemporary art and artists in Tulsa. To find out more about memberships, CLICK HERE.
Tulsa Artists’ Coalition
Board of Directors
Dean Wyatt, President
RC Morrison, Vice President
Theresa Dreiling, Secretary
Catherine Wall, Treasurer
Janet Fadler Davie
Steve Tomlin, Curator