TULSA, Okla. — Culture Hustlers is an online entrepreneurship school for artists that takes a radically different approach, and they want to learn from Tulsans.
Ahha Tulsa has partnered with Culture Hustlers to bring their Mobile Incubator to the Tulsa Arts District on First Friday, Dec. 6 from 6-9 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 7 from 12-5 p.m. On Saturday, ahha Tulsa guests can also partake in activities associated with its annual holiday party.
Culture Hustlers’ Mobile Incubator, a colorful truck and camper that houses a mobile sound studio, will be stationed outside the ahha Hardesty Center on Boston Avenue on Dec. 6 and 7.
Tulsans are invited to hop in and participate by engaging in a short, on the spot interview of a single topic. The group wants to learn from Tulsa by asking a single question: “how does collaboration expand the creative process?”
Stories collected through audio, photos, and video will become documentary material used in the creative business school curriculum as well as the Culture Hustlers podcast.
The data gathered here by Culture Hustlers will benefit artists around the globe,” said Dr. Amber Litwack, Director of Education and Exhibitions at ahha Tulsa. “This is also an amazing opportunity for ahha to learn from Tulsans, which will in turn help inform the kind of programming we offer at ahha Tulsa. It’s a win/win opportunity.”
Ahha Tulsa is located at 101 E. Archer Street in the Tulsa Arts District. The Mobile Incubator will be parked along Boston Avenue in front of the Hardesty Center. Participation in the Mobile Incubator is free.
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