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Welcome to Tulsa Art Spot’s new site

Tulsa Art Spot is growing and changing from a blog into a non-profit. Currently we are a member organization of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa and couldn’t be more excited about the programs and event we have in store.

Our parent site will be www.TulsaArtSpot.org, hosting all organizational information and news.

This site, the .com address, readers will find postings of local art news, features, links to local art coverage, video, announcements and more. Pardon our construction as we update both sites!

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Tulsa Art Spot’s Inaugural Event

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Arm Wrestling Supports Tulsa Arts
Arms for Arts Fundraising Event

Tulsa, Okla., June 19, 2014 — Tulsa Art Spot hosts its inaugural event to support the Tulsa Arts scene. Tulsa Art Spot invites arm wrestlers of all levels to compete in a friendly match to raise funds and awareness for the organization. Arms for Arts is held on August 1, 9pm at Elote Café and Catering, 514 S. Boston, Tulsa. Wrestlers pay an entry of $20 per arm; enter in advance by visiting www.armsforarts.eventbrite.com to guarantee your spot. Walk-ins will be slotted as space allows.

“Arms For Arts,” promises to be an exciting completion amongst arm wrestlers of all capabilities*. The event is open to the public (children until 11pm) and will have several weight classes. Between matches, wrestlers and spectators can take advantage of Elote’s famous karaoke night and delicious nacho bar. All proceeds will benefit the Tulsa Art Spot.

About Tulsa Art Spot: Tulsa Art Spot began as a blog created as a way to promote Tulsa arts; it has grown into a community organization with the mission to promote local arts in the Tulsa area through education, empowering artists and art organizations and providing exposure for the Tulsa area arts community locally, regionally and nationally.. Tulsa Art Spot is currently a subordinate organization of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa.

*Professional arm wrestlers are ineligible to participate.