Arts roundup: First Friday Art Crawl keeps Brady District hopping
BY JAMES D. WATTS JR. World Scene Writer
Thursday, January 31, 2013
1/31/13 at 6:55 AM
Fourteen galleries, shops, clubs and restaurants will be taking part in this month's First Friday Art Crawl in the Brady Arts District.
The event runs from 6 to 9 p.m., though some of the business will stay open later.
Here are some of the venues and what they have to offer this Friday evening:
Club 209, 209 N. Boulder Ave., will open "Group Sex: A Cheeky Exploration of the Steamier Side of Love" featuring work by Bruce Crouch, Michael Christopher, Meg Hawkins, Gabrielle Howell and Erin Whitson.
AHHA, the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa's Hardesty Arts Center, 101 E. Archer St., continues to show "Concept/OK; Art in Oklahoma."
Brady Artists Studio, 23 E. Brady St., will have work by Mel Cornshucker, Donna Prigmore, Teresa Rechter, Connor Wingfield & Murf, and Julie and Bailey Box on display.
Caz's Pub, 21 E. Brady St., will have Live Graffiti Art.
Colors of Etnika, 10 E. Archer St., will show new bazaar collections from Bali & Thailand, along with unique handpicked articrafts.
Corvid Gallery, 10 E. Archer St., will display works by Andrew L. Strout.
Glacier Confections, 15 E. Brady St., will be open selling its custom artisan chocolates.
Gypsy Coffee House & Cyber Cafe, 303 N. Cincinnati Ave., will be showing works by artist Lucy Addams.
The Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education, 124 E. Brady St., will have an exhibition of work by the University of Tulsa School of Art faculty.
Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E. Brady St., will open two new exhibits: "Temple Hive," an installation piece that blurs the line between sculpture and the body, and "Transitory Spaces," a collaboration between printmaker Gissette Padilla and photographer H. Jennings Sheffield.
MOCHA Butterfly, 216 N. Main St., will showcase Marva Walker and her Marvalous Fashions designs.
The Tavern on Brady, 201 N. Main St., will display works by Tulsa photographer Gaylord Herron.
Tulsa Artists' Coalition Gallery, 9 E. Brady St., will open "The Moment of Risk," works by Daniel Gulik and Brian Hampton.
Tulsa Glass Blowing Studio, 19 E. Brady St., will have demonstrations by Tom Kreager, professor of art at Hastings College in Nebraska.
This is the final weekend for "Time Stands Still," Heller Theatre's production of Donald Margulies' play about two journalists trying to deal with the aftermath of their experiences in a combat zone.
Heller's production, which is one of the company's submissions for the annual Tulsa Awards for Theatre Excellence, features an outstanding cast of Kristin Harding, William Carpenter, Timothy Hunter and Beka Buster, directed by Frank Gallagher.
Performances are 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday. A talk-back session with the cast and director will follow the Saturday performance.
Tickets are $10. Call 918-746-5065 for reservations.
2727 S. Rockford Road
- Models & Muses: Max Weber and the Figure, through Sunday
1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Road
- Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey, through March 24
- National Geographic Greatest Photographs of the American West, through Sunday
- Prominent Figures of the West from the T.B. Walker Collection of Portraits by Henry H. Cross, through March 31
TULSA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
2445 S. Peoria Ave.
- Life of a House: A History of the Travis Mansion, ongoing
TULSA AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM
3624 N. 74th East Ave. tulsaworld.com/tasm
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- Outreach to Space hands-on exhibit, through March 31
James D. Watts Jr. 918-581-8478
"Temple Hive," an installation by Monica Vidal, opens Friday at Living Arts of Tulsa as part of the Brady Arts District's First Friday Art Walk. Courtesy