|A public art project, a mosaic, was one of the conference activities.|
|The mosaic will be installed as a public art piece by the Tulsa Arts Commission on a location near the Brady Arts District.|
|Jim Coles served as a panelist. A planner with the City of Tulsa, he administers the Tulsa Arts Commission.|
|Ken Kelsey and Brandice Guerra, art professors, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Alva, Oklahoma|
|Joel Gavin, Public Relations and Marketing Director, Oklahoma Arts Council, talks to organizers of the Skiatook Bluegrass Festival during "speed dating" with OAC.|
For a second, we wished we could be part of it all -- from Guymon to Broken Bow and Durant to Bartlesville. Then, we remembered, we can be! By advocating for public funding for the arts we get to help preserve everything these places are and everything they are still becoming.
|Oklahomans for the Arts loves Tulsa. What an amazing city!|
|Man, we love Tulsa's Blue Dome District. Can we live inside this building?|
|We love you, Blue Dome.|
Next year, the Oklahoma Arts Conference will take place in Oklahoma City. We hope to see you there!
|Homeward Bound | Turner Turnpike southwest toward Oklahoma City | We always take pictures while driving.|