By Brandy McDonnell
Today's featured event:
See “Oklahoma Is Black,” acclaimed artist and Oklahoma City native Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s exhibition of large-scale wheatpaste posters and vivid oil paintings, before it closes at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, 3000 General Pershing Blvd.
Due to popular demand, the the exhibit, the first hometown show for the internationally known artist who grew up on Oklahoma City’s Eastside, has been extended through Sunday.
As previously reported, the last exhibit in Oklahoma Contemporary's fairgrounds space, the opening reception for "Oklahoma Is Black" drew more than 500 people, setting a record for the nonprofit arts organization, which is building a new facility on Automobile Alley in downtown OKC.
“Whenever I travel around, at some point, someone’s gonna ask me, ‘I didn’t know that there were black people in Oklahoma?’ or something like that.
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