Age Ain't Nothin' But a Number. The Broken Arrow Arts and Humanities Council presents Artists of the Future, wherein artists ages 10 to 25 will get to display their work and share their creative processes and techniques. Meet the artists from 6-9pm at Your Design in BA.
So you get the amount it takes to show 20 slides for 20 seconds each. Math majors, unite. That's, like, a little more than six-and-a-half minutes, right? Kinda like a TED Talk, Pechakucha lets creative people strut their stuff on a variety of topics. This is always a fascinating evening at Living Arts. First slide rolls at 7pm.
Chewie, Get Us Out Of Here! How do you make a grindhouse flick even better? Put Chewbacca in it, because he makes everything better, that's how. Actually, it's just a cameo by Peter Mayhew, the impossibly tall Brit inside the Wookiee outfit, but still. The Vanguard screens Killer Ink today at 7pm, and this one ain't for the faint of heart.
Some Assembly Required. An enormous gathering place for Tulsa's independent retailers and artists, Affair of the Heart sets up shop at Expo Square all weekend. Shoppers can buy just about anything from jewelry to books to clothing, furniture to ornaments to quilts, and if you're the kind to make your own things, there are crafting materials out the wazoo, too. Friday and Saturday, 9am-6pm; Sunday, 11am-5pm.
OURTESY OF WHITESNAKE
Still Snakin'. David Coverdale is not, apparently, one who gives it up. Ever. Because Whitesnake is totally still on tour, and the band hits the River Spirit Casino for two shows today and tomorrow. Shows start at 7pm, and tickets are still available.
You Voted, So We'll Tell You Who Won. The lights will be low, the IDL Ballroom will be decorated, there will be adult beverages on hand, and Brandon Clark will perform at the Absolute Best of Tulsa Music Awards as we honor, well, uh, the absolute best of Tulsa music. Be there at 8pm, and bring your $5 donation to the TSAS music department.
Old Blue in the Third, There's Your Tip. Play the ponies or just watch them run as they return for Fair Meadows Live Horse Racing. Though it's the same principle, it's more interesting than watching dudes turn left in their cars 500 times. Go ahead and email email@example.com with your complaints about that last sentence.
Search for Identity. Sofkee is a Native American food that serves as nourishment during the lean winter months. Actor Vanessa Adams-Harris maintains that just as sofkee sustains the body, art sustains the soul in Native Women's Voices: Sofkee for the Soul, which she presents as a part of SummerStage tonight through Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2:30pm at the Performing Arts Center.
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