Inclusion in Art is dedicated to promoting racial and cultural diversity in Oklahoma’s visual arts community through exhibitions, workshops, creative projects and lectures.

Inclusion in Art continues to support artists of color by connecting communities through socially conscious presentations that challenge the mind and embrace progressive thought.

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About Inclusion In Art

Inclusion In Art is dedicated to promoting racial and cultural diversity in Oklahoma’s visual arts community. Through exhibitions, workshops, creative projects and lectures, Inclusion in Art continues to support artists of color find the resources available to assist them with their artistic endeavors.

Formed in 2004, Inclusion in Art has been responsible for renewed interest in art coming from the minority creative class, the creation of the first database of contemporary artists of color living in Oklahoma, and it has been recognized as one of the most successful initiatives dedicated to racial diversity in Oklahoma arts.

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Virtual Opening for Still Here: The Cosmology of Black Resilience

The Virtual Opening for Still Here: The Cosmology of Black Resilience includes a dance performance by Changing FReQuencies, Artist Talks, a gallery fly-through and interviews conducted by Ebony Iman Dallas that inspired new works on display. If you would like to attend the Virtual Opening, please click HERE to register.

Featuring Visual Artists:
Amena Butler
Ebony Iman Dallas
Florine Démosthène
Gay Pasley
Ronna Pernell
Musah Swallah
Suzanne Thomas

Screening Dance Performance by:
Changing FReQuencies