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. We are also dedicated to connecting communities through socially conscious presentations that challenge the mind and embrace progressive thought.

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Marketing For Artist Workshop 4/12/18

Please join Inclusion In Art at the Rose State Innovation Station in Downtown OKC for a free Marketing For Artist workshop on Thursday, April 12th. Hosted by award-winning marketing professional and Inclusion In Art board member Kyle Golding, the workshop will cover a wide range of effective and efficient marketing, advertising and public relations options for artists. Enjoy complimentary food and adult beverages along with professional advice and opportunity to collaborate.
We will begin with networking at 5:30pm and then the workshop 6:00-7:00pm. Golding will discuss theory, tactics and actions you can utilize for promoting your art, events and personal brand. There will be plenty of Q/A so bring your ideas for specific feedback from our experts. Inclusion In Art board members will be in attendance to share their promotional success stories as well.
We hope to see you downtown next Thursday. Special Thanks to our partners Rose State Innovation Station and The Golding Group.


  • Rose State Innovation Station Downtown 
  • 133 W Main St #102
  • 4/12/18
  • 6:00-7:00pm 
  • Free

About your host: Kyle Golding is an Oklahoma City-based creative professional, artist and curator. In his “day job” as CEO and Chief Strategic Idealist for The Golding Group, he has won 30+ award for marketing and advertising excellence. Golding is a co-founder, board member and past President of Inclusion In Art, Leadership Arts alumni and former owner/curator of the 1219 Creative gallery. He is co-host of the NeoMarketing Podcast, the host of the Saturday Morning Hustle Podcast and 2016-17 host of the Beers And Branding live event series. Golding is a past board member of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and the Oklahoma State Fair Visual Arts Scholarship Event. 

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Get Connected!


The CONNECT is Inclusion in Art’s database of working professional artists of color. Outreach to minority artists has been difficult despite the best efforts of organizations. By providing a centralized database we are helping organizations find these artists and connect with them! Here’s a small preview:

Andrew Akufo
Andrew Akufo
Rogelio Almeida
Rogelio Almeida
Danté Anderson
Narciso Argüelles
Narciso Argüelles
Albert Bostick
Albert Bostick
Matt Barse
Matt Barse













See the whole Connect database here!

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Featured Artist Page


Inclusion in Art will begin maintaining a dedicated page on their website for a featured Oklahoma visual artist of color beginning in January 2018. This page will serve as a virtual gallery for the selected artist that will include 5 – 10 samples of the artist’s most recent work and statements from the artist. Inclusion in Art will promote the displayed work via social media and through their website. Artist’s will be selected quarterly. Our goal is to give Oklahoma artists of color another opportunity to promote and share their work outside of a physical gallery space. We encourage artists of color at all stages of their careers to apply.

Deadline to apply for the 1st quarter is 1/12/2018. There is no fee to apply.

Please email all requirements from the list below to with the subject line as follows: Featured 1-2018 – First and Last name.



Bio (Include ethnicity/race)
Artist Statement
5 – 10 Images/Video Samples (Please include only the work you wish to be featured)
(Images/Samples must be numbered and labeled by first and last initial. ex. “IA003”)
Image List (Number, Title, Medium, Dimensions)

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Call To Artist


The Print on Paseo is Paseo Arts Association’s juried printmaking exhibition in the Paseo Art Space in July. It is open to all types of printmaking ranging from traditional style to contemporary. Through this exhibition, the PAA strives to represent and spotlight the depth and diversity of Oklahoma printmakers.


Deadline: June 15th 2018