Faith Phillips- 2nd Sunday at 2 January 13, 2020
Photo above: Author, attorney and teacher Faith Phillips
Author, attorney and Stilwell High School teacher Faith Phillips to Discuss Okie Noir, True Crime and The Great Epics of Literature at Second Sunday at 2 in Tahlequah
Author Faith Phillips is set to present at the Art Council of Tahlequah's 2nd Sunday at 2 History and Humanities Series, January 12 at 2 p.m. at the ACT Gallery in Cort Mall. Ms. Phillips is due to release her fourth book, Come Catfish Moon, in 2020.
At Second Sunday she will discuss her evolution from an Adair County dreamer, to attorney, to author and now a literature and creative writing instructor. Phillips will discuss the concept of "Okie Noir" as a celebratory expression of our regional culture in all of its dark humor, drama and history. Join us for an entertaining ACT 2nd Sunday at 2 celebration of this land, where we grow, love, live and die.
The ACT Gallery is located in Cort Mall, downtown Tahlequah, at 215 S. Muskogee Avenue. Visit www.artscounciltahlequah.com
ACT Announces 2nd Sunday Speakers
An exciting group of talented and inspiring speakers join the line up for the third year of the Arts Council of Tahlequah's 2nd Sunday at 2 History and Humanities Series. The program is open to the community as a free event to celebrate writers, feature area non profits and learn more about area history from a variety of perspectives, on the second Sunday of each month at the ACT Gallery in Cort Mall, downtown Tahlequah, at 215 S. Muskogee Avenue.
Author Faith Phillips will kick off the year with a program and booksigning, Jan. 12. Phillips is also a new ACT board member. February brings Linda Cheatham, executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Tahlequah; March is the return of Ernestine Berry, director of the United Keetoowah Band John Hair Cultural Center and Museum and April is author Regina McLemore for a program and book signing.
May brings daughter and father duo Kathy Tibbits and Gene Carter to reminisce about Tahlequah History (this program is third Sunday due to Mother's Day); June is Marla Saeger director of the Tahlequah Farmers Market and in July Bigfoot is a program and booksigning by author Paul Buckner; and August is Meig's Jewelry owner Todd Mutzig discussing Tahlequah History from growing up in a family business.
September is Dr. Alan Atkinson teaching about a Tea Ceremony with a concentration of all the major art forms in Japan - calligraphy, flower arranging, painting, architecture garden design all come together -learn the secrets of wabi sabi. Atkinson is a member of the Oklahoma Arts Council and Director of Visual Arts and Capitol Collections. October is Jay Hannah for the third year, to discuss Post Office Art; November is local historian Beth Herrington, also for the third year and closing out 202o is author Chris Murphy for a program and book signing. Murphy teaches Creative Writing at Northeastern State University and is an ACT board member.
Jerri's Scissortail Fin and Feather artists show graced the ACT Gallery as the final 2019 exibit-
6th Annual Winter Concert
Sunday, Dec. 1 at 2
At the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Tahlequah
A Sugar Plum Fairy joined the fun, Mandophonics opened the show, joined by Oklahoma Kids, Wes Combs, Bob and Stephanie Martin, Bear Creek Troupe and John Fite
Bob & Stephanie Martin
2019 Arts Volunteers, Supporter
Announced Sat. Sept. 7th at Awards Dinner and Dance
Patsy & Craig Clifford honored for 40 years of community service volunteering with Tahlequah Community Playhouse!
& Tour Tahlequah/Gena McPhail for the myriad of support promoting arts and artists who bring visitors and toursim dollars to town
3 NEW BOARD MEMBERS ANNOUNCED
Brenda Bradford, Northeastern State University Director of Special Collections and Archives
Author Faith Phillips
A.J. Ray - Leadership Arts
Below: Chris Murphy, Callie Chunestudy, A.J Ray, Faith Phillips and Renee Fite
Mandophonics, left, seated
Beautiful Art, Smiling Faces
in the ACT Art Gallery in Cort Mall
Tahlequah Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting above & art currently for sale and that has been in the gallery below
Thank You for Visiting Arts Council of Tahlequah,
Please Come Again
Please Come Again
Annual Memberships $20
Applications can be found on this website, and Cort Mall in the ACT Art Gallery.
For more information email
PO Box 784
Tahlequah, OK 74465-0784
Phone 918 457-7345
ARTS COUNCIL OF TAHLEQUAH
Meets third Thursdays of each month at 6 pm