Artist INC Tulsa
M-AAA collaborates with the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa to present Artist INC Tulsa
About Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa
Diverse education programs advance its mission to inspire creativity, foster appreciation, promote lifelong learning, enhance the quality of individual lives, and contribute economic vitality to the greater community. The Council partners with arts organizations, individual artists, patrons, school districts, educators, community groups, businesses and government. The Council seeks to nurture innovation, artistic quality and professional development; broaden public and private support of the arts; and introduce the arts and humanities to new audiences. Artist INC Tulsa is made possible with support from the Kathleen Patton Westby Foundation and Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation.
There are no workshops scheduled at this time.
Originally planned for spring 2020, Artist INC Tulsa will take place in the fall, in consideration for the health of our facilitators and participants.
DATES & LOCATION
The next Artist INC Tulsa session will be in the Fall of 2020. This session will run on eight consecutive Tuesday evenings from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm beginning October 6. Sessions will take place at ahha Tulsa, 101 East Archer Street, Tulsa, OK 74103.
- October 6, 6–9:00 p.m.
- October 13, 6–9:00 p.m.
- October 20, 6–9:00 p.m.
- October 27, 6–9:00 p.m.
- November 3, 6–9:00 p.m.
- November 10, 6–9:00 p.m.
- November 17, 6–9:00 p.m.
- December 1, 6–9:00 p.m.
Rachel Rose Dazey
Rachel Rose is an artist working with precious metals using her goldsmithing and gemological expertise to create adornments for the body, exploring our human connections with each other, our communities and the world around us.
As an entrepreneur, in 2015, to engage her clientele and support her creative endeavors, she founded her own jewelry design brand Dillon Rose. Her mission is to create work that challenges people to discover the innate strength and love we each carry within, flipping the idea of jewelry as status symbol distancing us from one another into jewelry as connector using the same highly valued precious materials. Her studio in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma features her work and the work of other artists.
Noam Faingold’s music has been described as “…lyrical…” and “…exhilarating…” by sources like the New York Times, The BBC, and Downbeat Magazine. Performance highlights include members of the NY Philharmonic, Buffalo Philharmonic, and Alarm Will Sound, music festivals like Aspen, Bowdoin, and OK Mozart, and podcasts like WQXR’s “Q2,” LSO Soundhub, and Studio Tulsa. Commissions include TEDx, International Double Reed Society, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Tulsa Signature Symphony, Oklahoma Music Teachers Association, Sound Energy, and Pentatone records, among others. Currently teaching at the University of Tulsa and Tulsa Community College, Faingold is also the Director of Barthelmes Conservatory’s pre-college program, TU’s summer Composition Seminar, the Burning City Orchestra, and the OK Electric Festival, also having been Artistic Director of London’s i = u festival. He currently holds a PhD and MM in composition from King’s College London and New York University respectively, funded by a Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Fellowship.
Holly Becker took over the helm of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa as its Executive Director in July 2015. She was thrilled to take a leadership role in helping to grow the health and impact of the arts, humanities and culture in Tulsa using her nonprofit management and leadership skills.
After working for a decade in the telecom industry in Tulsa, Holly moved to the nonprofit sector with a position at Tulsa Zoo Friends, Inc. This is where Holly discovered a talent for nonprofit work and further developed her love of nature, arts and culture. In her ten years at the zoo, Holly has held several positions, including Guest Services Director and Vice President of Business Operations, overseeing marketing, information technology, finance, human resources, membership and government relations. She was on the leadership team when the zoo transitioned to a private management structure, helping to guide the new organization’s mission and vision to be a world-class institution. During her tenure at the zoo, Holly honed her skills in visionary leadership; finance and revenue generation; member, donor and community relations; and fundraising and advocacy.
Holly is active in supporting the Tulsa community. She participated in the North Tulsa Development Council (Class 6), and is currently participating in the Tulsa Area United Way’s neXtulsa program (Class 2). Holly serves as the Treasurer of the Eisenhower International School PTA Board and has volunteered for the TU Alumni Association’s “Uncorked” event committee for more than ten years; in 2009, Holly was named a volunteer of the year by the University of Tulsa Alumni Association for her work on the event. Holly is also a volunteer with Reading Partners in Tulsa.
Holly Becker was born in Wichita, and raised in historic Fort Scott, Kansas. She moved to Tulsa, OK, to attend the University of Tulsa and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing.
Holly and her husband, Russ Becker, live in the woods near Gilcrease Museum. They have two children, Willow and Canyon, and a menagerie of animals.