Nathan Lee, Executive Director
Nathan Lee is an artist and art activist from Oklahoma. He is a founding member of Inclusion in Art and is best known for his efforts towards creating a more racially diverse art community in Oklahoma. Lee is also the co-producer of the groundbreaking film “TRANSCEND” which explores the lives and creative process of five Black artists living and working in Oklahoma. “TRANSCEND” is the first Oklahoma film to focus on the Black creative class in the state and the first to document artists from the Black Visual Arts Movement now being experienced in Oklahoma.
Lee continues his work as an advocate for the visual arts through his involvement Inclusion in Art. Watch Lee and Oklahoma City artist (and former NBA player) Desmond Mason on OETA’s Gallery.
Jordan Williams, Intern
Born in Oklahoma City, and well-traveled from a young age, Williams first took a professional interest in the arts during his enrollment at a K-8 charter school in North Carolina. During high school, Williams took a more academic interest in the sciences and began pursuing a career in medicine, but maintained a relationship with the visual arts as a means of using “both sides of his brain”. Williams attended college in western New York.