The Collegian visits First Friday

Tulsa’s Arts District celebrated its monthly First Friday Art Crawl on Feb. 3 with the opening of several new exhibitions and plenty of events for the Tulsa community to enjoy. New exhibitions that opened include Living Arts’ “Champagne and Chocolate Member Showcase” and 108 Contemporary’s “Strange and Oppositional.” Several of our editorial staff members were able to visit the show at 108 for themselves and explore the artworks, a collection of mixed media pieces from Tulsa Fellowship Artist Francheska Alcántara.

Other activities included live music at several arts district restaurants and venues, as well as special food items and deals available for those looking for a bite to eat. Pie Night at Antoinette’s is always a fan favorite, taking place from 5 P.M. to 9 P.M. and featuring their most beloved pie flavors.

First Friday occurs every month on the first Friday of the month and includes free as well as paid activities for all ages in the Arts District. Information about when First Friday occurs and what events are taking place can always be found on Instagram @tulartsdist!

Post Author: Margaret Laprarie