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Living Arts of Tulsa announces Virtual First Friday Art Crawl

Posted at 2:34 PM, May 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-01 15:41:21-04

TULSA — The First Friday Art Crawl has been a much anticipated day, each month, for Green Country residents.

Downtown Tulsa streets are normally filled with not only artists, vendors and musicians, but the people who come to enjoy and support Tulsa artists!

Now, due to the coronavirus pandemic, those same artist, vendors, musicians and supporters have not been able to come together to enjoy Tulsa's art world.

Well, we are in luck!

Living Arts of Tulsa announced starting Friday, May 1, Tulsans will be able to once again enjoy the First Friday Art Crawl from the comfort of their homes.

The first Virtual First Friday Art Crawl will begin at 6 p.m and run until 9 p.m.

During the three hour event, content for the Virtual First Friday Art Crawl will be shared through Facebook Live, Instagram Live, YouTube links and Zoom.

The schedule for the Virtual First Friday Art Crawl is below:

To put this event together, Living Arts of Tulsa collaborated with the following businesses: Tulsa Art District, Philbrook Museum of Art, 108 Contemporary, Cain's Ballroom, Scott Taylor Art Gallery, Eric Himan Music, and Rainbowland Art Studios.

For more information on the Living Arts of Tulsa, click here.

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