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Barry Friedman

StudioTulsa
1:26 pm
Tue October 30, 2012

Colored Pencils, Still-Life Imagery, and Focusing on Light: The Art of Cecile Baird

Aired on Tuesday, October 30th.

On today's edition of ST, an interesting discussion with the Ohio-based artist Cecile Baird, who is currently the ARTworks Featured Artist at Holland Hall School in Tulsa. A master of the colored-pencil medium, Baird has recently been working with art students at that school --- and several of her striking, well-rendered, nearly photo-realistic works will be on view at Holland Hall's Holliman Gallery (in the Walter Arts Center on the HH campus) through November 26th.

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StudioTulsa
4:08 pm
Wed July 25, 2012

At the Price Tower Arts Center: "Graphic Works by Romare Bearden"

Aired on Wednesday, July 25th.

On this installment of StudioTulsa, we welcome back Scott Perkins, a curator at the Price Tower Arts Center in Bartlesville, who tells us about a fine exhibit currently on view at the Price Tower called "From Process to Print: Graphic Works by Romare Bearden." Bearden (1911-1988) is widely regarded as one of the most important African-American artists this country has produced; he made art works in a range of media and was also a gifted writer, a cherished mentor to younger generations of artists, a tireless arts advocate, and a prominent intellectual and collaborator within the artistic/cu

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StudioTulsa
4:04 pm
Thu July 12, 2012

A Conversation with Gary Peluso-Verdend, President of Phillips Theological Seminary

Aired on Thursday, July 12th.

Our guest on ST is Gary Peluso-Verdend, President of Phillips Theological Seminary (or PTS) here in Tulsa. Established in 1907, PTS recently changed both its identity and mission statements.

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StudioTulsa
12:58 pm
Thu June 21, 2012

Tulsa Repertory Musicals Offers "Hank the Cowdog and Monkey Business"

Aired on Thursday, June 21st.

On this edition of StudioTulsa, we are joined by Dan Call and David Blakely, two Tulsa-area theatre veterans who are involved with a new musical, "Hank the Cowdog and Monkey Business," which is being presented by Tulsa Repertory Musicals as part of the SummerStage series at the Tulsa PAC. It's a family-friendly show that's been adapted from one the titles in the popular (and long-running) "Hank the Cowdog" series of children's books by John Erickson; it will play in the PAC's Doenges Theater from today (the 21st) through Sunday (the 24th).

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StudioTulsa
4:54 pm
Wed May 30, 2012

An Outside View of the Community Action Project of Tulsa's CareerAdvance Anti-Poverty Effort

Aired on Wednesday, May 30th.

On this edition of our show, we discuss a newly created, two-generation program to move parents and their children beyond poverty: the Community Action Project of Tulsa's CareerAdvance initiative. Our guest is Anne Mosle, a Vice President at the Aspen Institute and the Executive Director of the its Ascend Program, which focuses on economic security for families. Mosle recently visited Tulsa in order to observe the CareerAdvance program (which has been funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the Inasmuch Foundation, and the Health Profession Opportunities Grant) firsthand.

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StudioTulsa
1:21 pm
Fri April 27, 2012

"Seeking the Sacred" at the Philbrook Museum of Art

Aired on Friday, April 27th.

On today's ST, we speak with Christina Burke, Curator of Native American and Non-Western Art at the Philbrook Museum of Art here in Tulsa. Burke assembled an exhibit which opened at the museum earlier this month, and which is on view through June 3rd, called "Seeking the Sacred: Religious Ritual in Native American Art." It's a show that mainly draws on Philbrook's world-famous collection of 20th-century Native American paintings.

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StudioTulsa
5:19 pm
Tue April 10, 2012

TPS Superintendent Dr. Keith Ballard Speaks Out on Cuts to Teacher Workforce

Aired on Tuesday, April 10th.

On today's program, we speak with Tulsa Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Keith Ballard, who --- like every other school system administrator across Oklahoma --- is working hard to deal with the new reality of reduced state expenditures for education. Indeed, such aid is now lower than it was four years ago. Less and less money for schools, teachers, classrooms, and textbooks means more and more to be alarmed about, according to Dr.

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