Connie Cronley

StudioTulsa
5:29 pm
Fri December 14, 2012

AHHA, OVAC, and the New "Concept/OK" Exhibit in Downtown Tulsa

Aired on Friday, December 14th.

On Sunday the 16th, from 1pm till 5pm, AHHA --- a/k/a the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa's Hardesty Arts Center --- will have its Grand Opening. Finishing touches are, even now, still being applied to the impressive space, which is to be located at 101 East Archer Street. Apart from introducing this most-welcome new arts facility to the public, the opening will also mark the inauguration of the first-ever exhibition at AHHA, which is the "Concept/OK" show, presented by the Oklahoma Visual Artists Coalition (or OVAC).

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StudioTulsa
4:47 pm
Wed August 29, 2012

Texas-Based Artist Offers "Emblems from the Margin" at TU's Hogue Gallery

Aired on Wednesday, August 29th.

On this edition of ST, we speak with James Pace, an Oklahoma-born, Texas-based artist who has an exhibit on view at the University of Tulsa's Alexandre Hogue Gallery through September 20th. The show is called "Emblems from the Margin" --- and it includes mixed-media pieces as well as prints depicting various icons and recurring images. A professor of Visual Art at the University of Texas at Tyler since 1985, Pace is an artist who seems to emphasize symbolism, tactility, the American wilderness, and the narrative process itself in his work.

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StudioTulsa
2:01 pm
Fri July 27, 2012

In Search of Quality Assurance for America's --- and Oklahoma's --- Health Care Industry

Aired on Friday, July 27th.

Ever wonder why the U.S. spends double the amount on health care that any other country in the world does --- and yet, still, we as a nation do not enjoy the best health care? On this edition of ST, a discussion of efforts to improve American health care quality --- with an emphasis on where and how such quality-seeking efforts are occurring in Oklahoma.

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StudioTulsa
4:54 pm
Wed May 9, 2012

Michael Wallis Offers "Oklahoma: A Sense of Place"

Aired on Wednesday, May 9th.

On today's program, a chat with the bestselling Tulsa-based author and historian, Michael Wallis. Back in January, as part of the long-running Tulsa Town Hall Speaker Series, Wallis addressed a capacity crowd at the Chapman Music Hall in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. His talk focused on what it means to be an Oklahoman --- on the character, history, lineage, goals, misdeeds, and accomplishments of the people of the Sooner State. It was a speech that drew much applause, rave reviews, and numerous tributes in the weeks that followed its delivery.

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StudioTulsa
1:56 pm
Thu April 26, 2012

One US Army Veteran and His Cross-Country Bike Trek to Raise PTSD Awareness

Aired on Thursday, April 27th.

On today's show, we speak with Thomas Skinner, a US Army veteran who's been battling Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (or PTSD) for more than two decades. Over the years, ever since he was honourably discharged from Fort Eustis in Virginia, Skinner has worked as a truck driver, a wildlife photographer, and at a few other jobs.

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StudioTulsa
5:19 pm
Mon March 5, 2012

"Different Shades of Red: Woody Guthrie and the Oklahoma Experience at 100"

[Aired on Monday, March 5th.] On today's show, we look ahead to the exciting and far-reaching day-long symposium, "Different Shades of Red: Woody Guthrie and the Oklahoma Experience at 100," which will happen on Saturday the 10th at the University of Tulsa's Lorton Performance Center. Our guest is Brian Hosmer of TU's Department of History; he's serving as the committee chair for this symposium.

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