to Jan 19

The Soul Factor Live at Tower Theatre

"The Soul Factor Live" is an experience hosted by Musicman Roy Henderson and Nikki Nice which features the best in Oklahoma City's Dj's, neo soul artists, hip hop artists, food vendors, clothing brands, and contemporary artists. On the January 18th the experience we will feature: Koolie High and The Wise Men, Sid Carter and High Sobriety, Jabee, Dj Genius, Dj Eddie Brasco, Dj KO, Dj D. Chappell, artwork by Ebony Iman Dallas, The Beard Gang Apparel, with the following food vendors curated by OKC Black Eats: .

• Heart N Soul
• Sister & Cookies
• Chef Prince Mason
• Red Violet Delights
• Mero Restaurant Group
• Ice Event Center & Grill
• Chef Paul's Place

Tickets will be available at Tower Theatre and the Ice Event Center. Admission is $10 GA and $15 for Admission with the food sampling experience.

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to Oct 29

The Design of Protest

We have all seen protest signs cobbled together with a spare box and a marker, but then there are the signs that really grab our attention. Posters that strike with precision. Billboards that stop you in your tracks. These are the designs that get voices heard.

“Women Bite Back, and VOTE!”

“Women Bite Back, and VOTE!”

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7:00 PM19:00

Tapestry 2018

Tapestry: a celebration of culture and diversity. It will feature music, art, dance, poetry, photography, spoken word, graffiti and videography. Each Artist's work will be a reflection of "our life as a tapestry,” every thread unique, vibrant and vitally needed.
Featured Artists at Tapestry will be: Ronna Pernell, Angie Lapaglia, Rickey Vick, Christopher Acoff "Original Flow", Skip Hill, Todd E Clark, Gay Pasley, Sandy Oliver, Changing Frequencies, Larissa Carter, Laura Stringer, Valerie Rollins, Nathan Lee, Allen Peters, John Selvidge, Tony Wayne Harms, Anthony Crawford "ProVerb", Marie Casimir, Ebony Iman Dallas, Tony Lesure "LTZ", Jack Fowler, Grace Franklin, Betty Refour, Dawn Jaiye, Shiann Davis, Richard RoweDuo Fiori, PJ Tolar, Lawrence Naff, Tiffani Sanders

Tickets may be purchased here.

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to Apr 28

Through Abahay's Eyes

Born and raised in Oklahoma, Ebony Iman Dallas spent her first 23 years of life separated from family on her late father’s side. Her father was born in Hargeisa, Somalia while her mother and adoptive father are from Oklahoma. Her biological father’s untimely death and a long, bloody civil war prevented her from knowing him, her cultural heritage and family. But that all changed when Ebony unexpectedly met someone in San Francisco who knew that they were searching for her too. 

“Through Abahay’s Eyes” is a painting series that highlights this journey and is over a decade in the making. 

Ebony’s path to discovery has spanned across 7 countries and many cultures. Over the years, she has worked to process the tragedy of war, police brutality and her search to find out who her father was through art. 

This series of paintings share cultural similarities and differences discovered between Oklahoma and Somalia, stories revealed along the way and the internal dilemma of finding her place within it all. 

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